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One of the most common conditions of female infertility is unable to get pregnant and have a successful pregnancy. It is mainly getting diagnosed post the women tried to get pregnant via unprotected sex, at least a year without pregnancy. There are several treatment options for infertility, like medications to correct some hormonal issues or surgery for physical ailments. 

Things to Know About Female Infertility:

Infertility is likely to be an ailment in which women find it challenging to get pregnant and give birth to a child. Especially for heterosexual couples, men and women can diagnose this issue after 12 months of not getting pregnant. For these couples, one-third of cases are likely to occur due to men's problems, and one-third occur due to female issues, and one-third of the matter is unknown. When the cause is found from the female partner, it is known as female infertility.

Infertility is quite common as at least 10% of women face infertility issues, and the chances of being infertile are likely to increase when a woman starts aging. 

Causes of Women Infertility:

There are several causes of infertility, but it can be challenging to learn about the exact reason as some couples might also have unknown fertility. Some common causes of infertility are:

  • Uterus problems are likely to include fibroids, polyps, or some issues inside the cavity. These fibroids are likely to form automatically, while some abnormalities, including the septum, are present since birth. 
  • Fallopian tubes problems tend to cause tubal factor infertility in the pelvic region.
  • Evaluation problems are one of the most common reasons why some women cannot get pregnant. Some of the most common evaluation issues include substance abuse, severe stress, or eating disorders. 

Who is at Significant Risk of Getting Female Infertility:

Several factors can increase the chance of female infertility, and some general health conditions include genetic traits or lifestyle choices. Some other factors include:

  • A past ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
  • Autoimmune disorders (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto’s disease, thyroid gland conditions).
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
  • Primary Ovary Insufficiency (POI).
  • Excessive substance use (heavy drinking).
  • Smoking.
  • Age.
  • Uterine fibroids.
  • Cysts.
  • Tumors.
  • Hormone issue that prevents ovulation.
  • Abnormal menstrual cycle.
  • Obesity.
  • It is underweight.
  • I have a low body fat content from extreme exercise.
  • Endometriosis.

Age and female infertility:

When a woman starts aging, her chances of conceiving tend to decrease as age tends to be one of the most common factors for female infertility as several couples tend to wait until they turn 30 or 40 to have kids. However, women above 35 years are most likely to have infertility issues, and it is mainly because the overall eggs are low; more eggs tend to have abnormal chromosomes. 

Some tests done to learn about female infertility include:

  • A Pap tests.
  • A pelvic exam.
  • A pelvic ultrasound.

Besides this test, even other tests are likely to be done. Blood tests are likely to depend on one's health history and what diagnosis the medical professional is expected to consider. Even laparoscopy can be done to check the organs around the abdomen. Lastly, transvaginal ultrasound is also prescribed in some cases. It is way different from an abdominal ultrasound as it is mainly done by inserting an ultrasound wand in one's vagina. It allows the doctor to understand organs, including the uterus, better.

Treating female infertility:

Once the doctor diagnosis female infertility, they can learn about the cause, and there are several treatment options available. For instance, structural issues can be treated through surgery, but problems hormonal like ovulation ailments can be treated with medications. In addition, several patients are likely to need some artificial insemination or in-vitro fertilization. Above all, gestational surgery can also be an option for women with infertility who want to have their families. 

Preventing female infertility:

Several types of female infertility cannot be diagnosed or prevented, but the risk factors that lead to infertility can indeed be treated or even controlled. For instance, women can go for lifestyle changes, including reducing alcohol intake and quitting smoking can be beneficial for preventing infertility as it is ideal for maintaining ideal body weight and developing good exercising habits. Above all, one should consider visiting their medical health expert regularly.

The treatment of female infertility is not very easy, hence, there is a dire need for an expert to carry out this process. Dr. Prachi Benara is known to be a very skilled infertility specialist, with a whooping of 10 years of experience in this domain. Hence, in case of any female infertility issues, one should surely refer to her. 

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