What is Infertility?

What is Infertility?


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What is Infertility?

Infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to become pregnant after a year of regular, unprotected intercourse. In this case, the male partner, the female partner, or both may have a fertility problem.


What causes Infertility in Men?

The most common reasons for infertility in males are Sperm Disorders, which may include:

Functional Defects: Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation

Others Factors: Varicocele/hydrocele, undescended testes, working trends, and environment

Low Sperm Count: This means there are too few or no spermatozoa in the semen

Low Sperm Motility:  This means that sperms do not move, as well as malformation of sperms

Lifestyle: Spending long hours in the hot tub, tight innerwear, increased alcohol intake, and smoking

What causes Infertility in women?

Some common problems relating to female infertility may include:

Anovulation: Lack of ovulation (release of an egg from the ovary), PCOS

Endometriosis: Inability of the fallopian tubes to carry eggs from the ovary to the uterus

Other Factors: Fibroid growths, tumors, cervical problems, or irregular uterine shape can keep embryos away from implanting in the uterus

Age: Fertility declines with age and even more so after the age of 35. Conception after the age of 45 is rare

Lifestyle: Being overweight or underweight, consumption of alcohol, smoking, or having an autoimmune disease