Fertility Issue Causes and Concerns

 

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Fertility Issue Causes and Concerns. Understanding the causes of fertility trouble is the first step in finding the right treatment. Here’s what you need to know about male and female fertility. Pin Flip Email Getting Pregnant Fertility Challenges Causes & Concerns Diagnosis & Testing. Some of the factors that affect a couple’s ability to have a baby include: Age.

A woman is born with a set number of eggs. That number drops as she ages, making it harder for her to get pregnant. Many couples face fertility problems when trying to conceive. Learn about the types of infertility, possible diagnoses, and risks to find ways to deal with the problems and avoid possible complications. How obesity causes fertility problems: fat cells play a role in hormonal regulation.

When there are too many fat cells, the body produces excess estrogen. This impacts the reproductive system. Too much estrogen can signal the reproductive system to shut down, leading to ovulation problems. The most common causes of female infertility include problems with ovulation, damage to fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix.

Age can contribute to infertility because as a woman ages, her fertility naturally tends to decrease. Ovulation problems. Age is the leading cause of infertility In women, age is the most common cause of infertility; as a woman ages, the quality of her eggs declines, making it more difficult to conceive and carry a baby to term. Not only is there a decline in fertility, but an increased risk of miscarriage as well.

Sperm health affects fertility, so it is essential that the veins can cool down the blood. Most people with a varicocele do not have symptoms, but. Most of the time, a tilted uterus doesn’t cause any health, fertility, or pregnancy problems. In fact, it’s so common that it’s considered a normal. Inflammatory problems can cause chaos in the body, including the reproductive system.

Not only can inflammation mess with hormonal balance and communication, but it can cause other fertility problems, like an inflamed uterine lining, an acidic vaginal canal (which rejects sperm), and even autoimmune attacks against the uterus or an embryo. Some types of HPV can cause serious health problems, such as skin warts and cancers. Is there a connection between HPV and fertility?

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When hormone ratios and levels are thrown off balance, the imbalance can contribute to a host of reproductive challenges ranging from birth defects, autism, endometriosis, fibroids, weight issues, thyroid and adrenal deficiencies, and menstrual cycle irregularities to male infertility.

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Uterine fibroids and blocked fallopian tubes can also cause infertility, but environmental and lifestyle factors—including use of tobacco and alcohol, body weight, and stress—can also play a role.9 Another cause, mentioned in The Handmaid’s Tale, is sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

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Uterine problems such as a small uterus, uterine cysts, endometriosis, and an abnormal growth of polyps on the interior of the uterus can lead to infertility, too.

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Individuals may be infertile because of diseases such as pituitary tumors, thyroid problems, endometriosis, or cancer or as a result of congenital or heritable conditions such as Klinefelter’s syndrome or RokitanskyK¨uster-Hauser syndrome.

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Endometriosis may cause lack of ovulation, the luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome (i.e. the follicle responds to the luteinizing hormone surge but fails to rupture) and luteal phase deficiency: each of these conditions may cause infertility.

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testicular disease, genetic disorders), female factors (e.g. insufficient LH, FSH or progesterone; tubal defects; endometriosis), both male and female factors and, in some cases, it may be unexplained.

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Major causes of infertility include male factors, ovarian dysfunction, tubal disease, endometriosis, and uterine or cervical factors.

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Other risk factors include vitamin deficiencies (especially of folic acid); being very overweight or underweight; smoking; possibly hormonal insufficiency or imbalance, including an untreated thyroid condition; certain sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); and certain chronic conditions.

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The most common cause of infertility in women is a lack of ovulation, often caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome or by primary ovarian insufficiency—or by aging.

“The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction” by Henry T. Greely
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Female causes of infertility include ovarian dysfunction (40%), tubal factors (20%), cervical factors (infection, stenosis), uterine factors (infection, fibroids), and other (endometriosis, adhesions).

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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

Biography: https://medicine.yale.edu/profile/kutluk_oktay/
Bibliography: oktay_bibliography

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  • 4:12
    “A miscarriage is the death of a person none of us will get to meet”
    Hmm interesting. But abortion isn’t a death because it’s not considered a person? K

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