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. What causes infertility? Is infertility becoming more common?

. What causes infertility? Is infertility becoming more common?.

  1. agrad0027 months ago

    . Most cases of female infertility are caused by problems with ovulation. ... Ovulation problems are often caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a hormone imbalance problem which can interfere with normal ovulation. PCOS is themost common cause of female infertilitythere has not been a major increase in the proportion of couples who are infertile. However, many more women are seeking medical services for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility - particularly those who have not previously had any children.

  2. Hannah.David6 months ago

    Hey! I hope you're doing fine. A very informative question actually! There are a lot of reasons why one may not be able to naturally conceive. The major reason is when someone isn't able to properly ovulate. It could also be due to a damage in the fallopian tube or an issue with the cervix. A lot of people also argue that a woman's age is also a factor! The more older you get the less chances you've of getting pregnant. PCOS is the most common cause of infertility. Problems in men could also be the reason for your infertility. It is true that increasingly, infertility is becoming a rising issue! Mainly, due to the unhealthy lifestyle that people follow. Also because of numerous causes like increasing levels of oestrogen in waters. I hope this helps everyone.

  3. Linda226 months ago

    Very informative topic. If I see around I feel like the rate of infertility has increased tremendously. Although with the advancement in the medical field many treatments are also available I see many couples struggling to conceive. There are plenty of causes of infertility. Some are related to male and others are female related. Male infertility is easy to identify but investigation of female infertility quite a long procedure. Whenever a couple is TTC and unable to conceive, they both should start their investigation together, as this will reduce the time of tests and scans. And if one partner is declared normal focusing on the problem become easy.

  4. claire6790716 months ago

    Hi, as an infertile woman, I think I can weigh in on this topic a bit. First of all, I dont think infertility is growing more common, however, I do not have any sort of data to back that up. If people think it is getting more common, a more appropriate reason, to me at least, seems to be linked with social media and the internet. Because so many people are now connected to everyone and everywhere, it's easy to imagine more people sharing their stories and thus the over all idea of infertility happening becomes more common. So as awareness, it's increasing among people rather than it increasing in the people themselves. As to the cause, mine did not prevent me from getting pregnant, it just kept me from carrying a baby through full term. apparently, my uterine lining has been this thin since i have reached puberty, but it started to really affect me when i got married and we wanted to have kids. I did have a baby, but by way of alternative means. Ivf was not a possible option for me, so a wonderful lady carried my baby for me. It was a difficult journey but in the end, it kinda worked out. Hope this helped. Cheers!

  5. stevenduke6 months ago

    I wedded my husband around 12 years prior and we were extremely upbeat to begin our new life. However, at that point we got news that I have experienced polycystic ovarian syndrome. Me and my better half were extremely eger for having babies throughout our life. We confronted the difficulties with much quality and were extremely cheerful. Be that as it may, when the news of my fruitlessness turned into a web sensation around my circle then that was the most troublesome thing that we expected to go up against. They generally discussed my failure to consider through regular ways. My significant other upheld me all through my excursion. He used to reassure me in spite of the fact that that was extreme time for him additionally as we were not getting any change in our whole course. He figured out how to talk about out of our circle and a large number of them recommended us about a facility in Ukraine that helped us a ton in satisfying our need. I think everybody must have an enough fearlessness to confront the unpleasant taste of any part of life. Wish u a good luck.

  6. Scarlett Hale6 months ago

    Hey there!
    How are you? You have asked a nice question.
    Infertility is becoming common nowadays. There are many reasons behind it.
    It can be either genetic or because of some disease developed later in life. It can be in both males and females.
    Infertility originates when you cannot ovulate as you should. According to me, it is also due to our changed lifestyles. Environment is over polluted. It plays an important role in developing the diseases which causes infertility.
    As with the advancement of technology, most of the reasons behind infertility are treatable. It is good for couples to get themselves checked properly. It helps them to know the reason of them not being able to conceive.
    I hope it helps you.
    Best Wishes.

  7. Jasmine226 months ago

    Yes many of the couples are facing infertility issues now days. Infertility can create a serious bad situations in your life. We have to find best possible solution for this. I have some research work for this because after infertility issues couples started thinking we can not have a baby in our whole life. Why people like us who are facing infertility issues are facing problems and taking too much stress. I find best clinics regarding this. The best one i came to know is the surrogacy or IVF clinic in Ukraine. They are doing this from years and has the experience. So couples who are facing these issues must visit this clinic.

  8. LindaEskridge6 months ago

    There are many factors behind Infertility. It can be your hormones, imbalance hormones can also cause infertility. Drinking alcohol or drug use can also lead to infertility. Weight is also a factor, excess weight can create problems for you. Stress too, stressing over everything can affect your health and can also lead to infertility. If you want to know how doctors evaluate fertility, they can take HSG, Breast and Pelvic Exam or even a urine or blood test.

  9. annabelle9876 months ago

    Hello Yashi05, you are absolutely right. Infertility is becoming very common nowadays and this problem is increasing day by day. There can be many reasons of infertility but the most common reason is polycystic ovary syndrome(pcos). PCOS is actually a hormone imbalance problem which interferes with the normal ovulation. Due to this hormonal issue a woman faces irregular periods or absent periods. In addition to PCOS there are many other factors that are causing infertility like polyps in the uterus, this problem is also very common. Any sort of infection in the uterus and pelvic inflammatory disease are also very common reasons. Other major reason are our changing lifestyles, food , habits and different types of pollution in the environment.

  10. pheobe4126 months ago

    This is because of the PCOS. It has something to do with it. Like some disturbances it creates in your Ovulation process and due to that females become infertile. Well there are other things as well. The diet now a days. It is causing allot of stress. It needs to be controlled. several other things cause this problem. I must say. We should just have to take care of yourself. Nothing is more important than health. Take care allot dear. Best of luck.

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