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HOW CAN A WOMAN TELL IF SHE IS INFERTILE

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Infertility –

Trying to conceive but having trouble getting pregnant? You could be wondering if you or your partner have a medical issue that needs to be addressed. Take a few moments to understand what infertility is and what causes it. Then with your physician to determine what your next steps should be.

Infertility occurs when you are unable to become pregnant after six months to one year of unprotected, regular sex, depending on your age.

Infertility does not always imply that you are “sterile,” or incapable of ever having a child. Half of the couples who get assistance are able to have a child, either on their own or with medical assistance.

 

The “Tell” “Tell” signs you should look out for –

  • Irregular Periods.

You may never know when or if you’ll ovulate if you don’t get your period regularly. Cycles that come and go are a sign of an underlying ovulating problem, which can make conception extremely difficult. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), thyroid abnormalities, and hypothalamic amenorrhea are among the causes, which are equivalent to a complete lack of periods “The brain’s hormone-sending signals are disrupted. Endometriosis or early ovarian failure can induce irregular cycles, which might be a symptom of reduced ovarian reserve.

  • Not Having A Period.

No periods indicate that a woman is not ovulating and has a slim probability of becoming pregnant without help.

There may be a simple solution to your problem as taking medication to stimulate ovulation, but if that doesn’t work or provide any reasonable results the next step is u can opt for injectable medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), or in vitro fertilization (IVF).

  • Very Heavy Periods.

Your menstruation is exceptionally heavy if you use more than one pad or tampon per hour for several hours or bleed for more than seven days. Heavy periods/menstruation are also linked to a variety of bleeding diseases and endocrine imbalances.” If fibroids prevent conception, they can be reduced or removed, and blood problems can be treated with medication.

  • Bleeding Between Periods.

You should only bleed when your period is due.” Bleeding between periods or after intercourse could be a sign of a uterine polyp or fibroid, as well as a cervical lesion.

Menstrual /Period irregularities don’t always have an impact on fertility. In reality, many women who have irregular menstrual periods become pregnant and have healthy pregnancies, but it may make it more difficult to conceive.

  • Pelvic Pain –

Endometriosis is a condition that causes severe period cramps, pain throughout your cycle, and discomfort after intercourse. The tissue that should line the uterine cavity is located outside the uterus in the pelvis with endometriosis,endometriosis might also reduce a woman’s egg production, we may advise a more rapid evaluation and treatment.

  • Overview –

If you think you are experiencing the above-mentioned issues & having trouble conceiving, make an appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist as soon as possible. A visit to the doctor, blood tests, and a pelvic ultrasound are usually the first steps.

Although infertility cannot be cured, it can be managed. In many circumstances, infertility can be treated with therapies such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilisation (IVF) (IVF).

 

 

Our caring team & experts at SaiShree Infertility & Test Tube Baby Center can help you with your health concerns, and guide you with your every step in treating and overcoming your or your partners infertility Issues. Visit SaiShree Infertility & Test Tube Baby Center to get started.

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Saishree IVF
Saishree IVF
Our team of qualified and proficient doctors share their expertise and know-how with the readers. They take every effort to address all the doubts one might have regarding infertility and it's treatment.

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