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    Treatment of infertility: For every problem, its solution

    Ovulation and Tubal Problems

    About one in seven couples have difficulties to have children. Fertility problems can affect both men and women. Depending on the nature of the problem, different medical techniques may be used to assist in procreation.

    Abnormal spermatozoa

    To overcome the problems of fertility, many medical techniques exist. But, before considering a management, it is generally accepted that two years of unsuccessful attempts are necessary. If the problems persist, the couple must consult a doctor who will make an assessment after examination and clinical examination. This assessment will determine the cause of infertility and consider the appropriate solution.

    In women, ovulation problems come to the forefront (more than 30% of cases) of causes of infertility. Tubal obstruction, as a result of ectopic pregnancy or infection, is also common. However, this last pattern of infertility has decreased in recent years: increased condom use has reduced the number of STDs that once favored tubal infections. In women, infertility may also have other origins such as endometriosis, a disease associated with the presence of uterine tissue outside the uterus, a cervical anomaly, changes in the cervical mucus preventing The passage of spermatozoa or the formation of antibodies directed against them.

    Infertility Cause

    PMA Techniques

    Obstacle at the level of the fallopian tubes

    Surgery In vitro fertilization

    Tubal ligature

    Surgery In vitro fertilization

    Ovulation Problems

    Hormonal treatment Fertilization in vitro

    Disorders of sexual intercourse

    Artificial insemination

    Obstacle at the level of the cervix

    Artificial insemination Fertilization in vitro

    Unexplained Sterility

    In vitro fertilization

    Obstacle in the uterine tubes associated with an absence of spermatozoa or a hereditary disease in humans

    IVF with sperm donation

    Absence of oocytes, even after stimulation Hereditary disease in women

    FIV with oocyte donation

    Absence of oocytes associated with absence of spermatozoa

    Embryo donation

    Hereditary Diseases in Men and Women

    Embryo donation

    Impossibility for a woman to bear a child

    Surrogate mother (banned in the United States)

    In man, infertility may be secondary to the presence of varicoceles (varicose veins around the testes), infection (mumps, STD), vas deferens obstruction (or vasectomy), or inability of the testes to make Of the spermatozoa. The male gametes may then be missing, not sufficiently mobile or assuming an abnormal shape. These various problems are often associated.

    Of course, the causes mentioned here are not exhaustive. Moreover, each of these problems is more or less frequent in men and women.

    Assisted procreation techniques have resolved the majority of these infertility problems, both male and female. Improved medical processes combined with a better understanding of the causes of infertility should help to further reduce the percentage of failure.

    Treatments for infertility

    Every week, your personalized pregnancy tracking: see an example

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    Re: Treatment of infertility: For every problem, its solution

    Quote Originally Posted by Healthy View Post
    Ovulation and Tubal Problems

    About one in seven couples have difficulties to have children. Fertility problems can affect both men and women. Depending on the nature of the problem, different medical techniques may be used to assist in procreation.

    Abnormal spermatozoa

    To overcome the problems of fertility, many medical techniques exist. But, before considering a management, it is generally accepted that two years of unsuccessful attempts are necessary. If the problems persist, the couple must consult a doctor who will make an assessment after examination and clinical examination. This assessment will determine the cause of infertility and consider the appropriate solution.

    In women, ovulation problems come to the forefront (more than 30% of cases) of causes of infertility. Tubal obstruction, as a result of ectopic pregnancy or infection, is also common. However, this last pattern of infertility has decreased in recent years: increased condom use has reduced the number of STDs that once favored tubal infections. In women, infertility may also have other origins such as endometriosis, a disease associated with the presence of uterine tissue outside the uterus, a cervical anomaly, changes in the cervical mucus preventing The passage of spermatozoa or the formation of antibodies directed against them.

    Infertility Cause

    PMA Techniques

    Obstacle at the level of the fallopian tubes

    Surgery In vitro fertilization

    Tubal ligature

    Surgery In vitro fertilization

    Ovulation Problems

    Hormonal treatment Fertilization in vitro

    Disorders of sexual intercourse

    Artificial insemination

    Obstacle at the level of the cervix

    Artificial insemination Fertilization in vitro

    Unexplained Sterility

    In vitro fertilization

    Obstacle in the uterine tubes associated with an absence of spermatozoa or a hereditary disease in humans

    IVF with donor sperm in India

    Absence of oocytes, even after stimulation Hereditary disease in women

    FIV with oocyte donation

    Absence of oocytes associated with absence of spermatozoa

    Embryo donation

    Hereditary Diseases in Men and Women

    Embryo donation

    Impossibility for a woman to bear a child

    Surrogate mother (banned in the United States)

    In man, infertility may be secondary to the presence of varicoceles (varicose veins around the testes), infection (mumps, STD), vas deferens obstruction (or vasectomy), or inability of the testes to make Of the spermatozoa. The male gametes may then be missing, not sufficiently mobile or assuming an abnormal shape. These various problems are often associated.

    Of course, the causes mentioned here are not exhaustive. Moreover, each of these problems is more or less frequent in men and women.

    Assisted procreation techniques have resolved the majority of these infertility problems, both male and female. Improved medical processes combined with a better understanding of the causes of infertility should help to further reduce the percentage of failure.

    Treatments for infertility

    Test Tube Baby in Punjab , IVF Centre in India

    Every week, your personalized pregnancy tracking: see an example
    In the modern lifestyle and bad eating behavior, Infertility is common in both male and female. There could be problem in any male or female, In female the main cause of infertility is pcod, irregular periods and unexplained infertility. In male low sperm count, poor quality sperm or any kind of injury in genitals is reason for Infertility. but Infertility is treatable which can be treat by various treatments IVF, IUI, Surrogacy, ICSI, TESA and all..
    Last edited by ranafertility; 01-03-2018 at 12:15 AM.

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    Re: Treatment of infertility: For every problem, its solution

    When I had trouble conceiving, I tried a lot of treatments and a 21 day technique worked for me, and some foods that improve fertility I do not remember exactly the address but they are here https://newbornbaby.win/

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