The world is built on love. It couldn’t be more true when you meet the man of your life. When you do, you want your child’s smile to shine upon the world like rays of happiness. Unfortunately there are the cases that in this place infertility happens. But not fear, our medical team offers the best of solutions.
According to a study of World Health Organization (WHO,1986) a couple is consider to be infertile if the couple has not conceived after 12 months of contraceptive-free intercourse if the female is under the age of 34.
When examining infertile couples in 30-50% of cases, there are several reasons for both women and men that should be taken into account during treatment.
Forms of infertility:
Female infertility is associated with a violation of the functioning of the reproductive system of the woman – anovulation, abnormal patency of the fallopian tubes, endometrial receptivity, endometriosis, uterine myoma, developmental abnormalities and anatomical defects of the genital organs, chromosomal abnormalities, polycystic ovary syndrome, premature ovarian exhaustion, etc.
A female infertility can be primary, when there were no pregnancies in anamnesis, or secondary, when the woman already gave birth a first time, regardless of the outcome, by childbirth, involuntary or medical abortion.
A male infertility is caused by poor hormonal support and poor general health, semen of low quantity and/or poor quality despite adequate hormonal support, defects of the genital tract and problems with ejaculation.
Combined infertility accounts for approximately 25% of cases and is due to the pathology of reproductive function of both men and women;
“Unexplained” infertility refers to those pairs in which standard studies have received normal results.
The most common causes of infertility are disorders of spermatogenesis (the formation and maturation of sperm) in men, hormonal disorders in woman, as well as the violation of patency of the fallopian tubes. These causes are observed in 75-80% of all cases of infertility.