Diagnosis and test for Female Infertility

       January 1, 0000    871


Propagation is the basic functionality of everything. People get married to propagate. Its sometimes hard for some people to achieve this. There are various problems that come in between and become a problematic condition for some couples. Infertility has become a common problem these days. It is common in both men and women. Almost 40% of the actual infertility cases point towards the female partners. There are various factors that lead to the infertility. Diagnosis of infertility can be a major step. It is important from the point of view of tracking the actual causes of infertility even though its in the case of male partner or the female one. The couple should be a team during the diagnosis and the tests carried out. Infertility is a one of the bad phases in having pregnancy. There are various other things that may contribute to increase in difficulty to conceive pregnancy or may make the condition more exhausting. The factors like the ambience of the clinics, the lack of compatibility of jargon and the new people around may increase these problems.


During the diagnosis phase, you are well informed and knowledgeable about the internal process within you. So knowledge and alertness about during this phase helps a lot to gain senses and help to get other efforts to make fertilization possible. Finding out or diagnosing the causes of infertility is not simple. It needs research to find out the reasons. The diagnosis tests are different for men and women so it needs more visits to understand the real cause.

Diagnosis and Factors:

One should try to diagnose if she has the following problems while conceiving. The causes of infertility are many and may vary from person to person. Some of the causes of infertility can be as follows. Age can be one of the major factors for conceiving or getting pregnant. Older a woman gets, harder it is for her to conceive or get pregnant. Endometriosis or "endo" can also be considered as one of the main problems to conceive. The percentage of endometriosis in women ranges from 6 to 15%. It is supposed to be common. Ovulation disorders, infrequent or absent ovulation may also be considered as a factor of infertility in women.

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