Buy Clomid

Clomiphene online

The Best Herbal Remedies For Treating Infertility In Women

May 14, 2020 6 Comments

Doctor's That Treat Infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive within a one year period. About 15% of couples trying to conceive suffer from infertility and should consult the help of a reproductive endocrinologist. Women who have infrequent menstrual cycles, history of pelvic infections or sexually transmitted diseases, and any known uterine fibroids or endometrial polyps should seek consultation. If a male partner has had history of infertility, semen abnormalities should be checked. 

Infertility can be caused by a number of different factors. Some are more natural, like advancing maternal age, however others are more detrimental. These causes include ovulations disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome(PCOS, hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (from signaling problems in the brain), and ovarian insufficiency (from problems of the ovary. A previous history of sexually transmitted infections including chlamydia, gonorrhea, or pelvic inflammatory disease can cause a woman to have blocked fallopian tubes. Infertility is caused because an ovulated egg is unable to be fertilized by sperm or to reach the endometrial cavity. Yet another cause are endometriosis and endometrial polyps. Endometrial polyps are growths in the uterine cavity coming from the lining of the uterus, the endometrium. Endometriosis is defined where cells very similar to the ones lining the endometrium, are found outside the uterine cavity. It is found in approximately 10-50% of reproductive-aged women and cause symptoms such as infertility as well as pain during intercourse and/or menstrual periods. Endometriosis produces inflammation and scarring, which can result in not only pain but also potentially detrimental effects on egg, sperm or embryo, resulting in infertility. Lastly, infertility could with the male. In fact, in 40-50% of infertility cases male infertility as has been associated as contributing factor. The male parter should consult a reproductive urologist if the couple is trying to conceive and suffers from infertility. While consulting the reproductive urologist they will test for abnormalities in semen analysis.

Fortunately, there are a few ways to treat infertility and help with conception. There are medications to help induce ovulation and egg development. These medications help stimulate the ovary to develop mature eggs for ovulation. They usually come in two forms: pills taken by mouth and injections. There are also other options such as intrauterine insemination, also known as IUI. It is the process by which sperm is prepared for placement into the uterine cavity, therefore bypassing the cervix and bringing a higher concentration of motile sperm closer to the tubes and ovulated egg. In vitro fertilization (IVF) means “outside the body.” This is the process whereby eggs are collected and then fertilized by sperm outside the body, in an embryology laboratory. This is then followed by the transfer of the embryos directly into the uterus.

Although infertility may result from an issue with either you or your partner, there are many safe and effective therapies that significantly improve your chances of getting pregnant.

About the author

Hello. I am a male health specialist from Perth, Australia. My main interest is treatment of erectile dysfunction.

6 Comments

  1. Lewis Roberts says:

    we live in a world that everyone seems to believe that for a marriage to work one has to have kid of their own. People don’t get the struggles women that are not fertile face and the stigmatization this brings. Its high time that people realize that adoption can also work perfectly in marriage

  2. Cameron Wenham says:

    I have PCOS, so it’s going to be more difficult for me to have children. I’m not sure if I want them anyway, so it doesn’t really bother me. It bothers me more that I can’t seem to lose weight no matter how much I exercise or how much I diet.

  3. Blake Davis says:

    When I found out I was infertile I was hurt and needed someone to blame. I was angry and went off on everyone around me. I didn’t understand how God could punish me like this. When I met my first husband I didn’t tell him because I thought he wouldn’t want kids. We got divorced two years later because he found out I was broken. He cheated on me with my best friend and got her pregnant the first time. I fall to the ground and hate-filled my soul. How could God not only take the one thing I ever wanted but my best friend and the love of my life? I started to go to church and started reading the bible. I found my soulmate but I still felt incomplete. My soul mate told me that if we couldn’t have kids we could adopt. We searched high and low until we found the one that was perfect for us.

  4. Declan Cox says:

    Growing up I always wanted to have kids. I knew that this would be a life changer but, I would be very happy. Unfortunately when my doctor told me that I am infertile, This spiraled me into deep depression and I knew that things have to change. I started seeing a therapist and taking medication and I am looking at alternative ways such as adoption.

  5. Nate Mitchell says:

    I have been dealing with the fact that I was told that I could not get pregnant and it broke my heart.I will say that I was fortunate to have children when I was younger, I had always wanted one more. I have four girls and I would have loved to try for a boy one more time. I considered doing IVF, but it is a big gamble financially and emotionally. I have considered to adoption one day when my financial situation gets better, and I leave it in God’s hands.

  6. Louis Beck says:

    While I’m not completely infertile, because i’ve had two kids, I know some of the struggle of how hard it is to get pregnant. I tried for years with both of my kids. It is so incredibly emotionally draining and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. I hope any woman who is struggling with infertility finds one way or another to fill her heart.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *