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How is the cause of infertility identified?

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How is the cause of infertility identified?

In a society like India, not many couples are comfortable or open to discuss about fertility issues with specialist. In our society infertility is perceived as female problem and is considered as a social taboo, due to these couples often keeps problems to themselves and this leads to delay in the diagnosis of their infertility issues. Infertility is defined as not being able to conceive even after having regular intercourse at least for more than a year.

Infertility may be caused from an issue either by you or your partner or combination of the factors that interfere with pregnancy.  Fortunately with the advancement in technology there are many safe and effective measures that can significantly improve the chances of getting pregnant for couples.


The fore most symptom of infertility is not able to get pregnant, most often it happens that infertile female do faces problems of irregular menstrual cycle, and in rare cases some also may have signs of hormonal problems such as change in hair growth and other issues.

When to visit doctor

  • Your age is above 35 years and has been trying to conceive from last six months.
  • Over 40 years of age
  • Irregular periods or no menstrual cycle at all
  • Painful periods
  • You are aware of your fertility issues
  • You have faced multiple miscarriages
  • Undergone any medical treatment

If you are a male and have following problems, talk to your doctor:

  • Low sperm count or other problems
  • History of sexual problems
  • History of pervious medical treatment
  • Family members with infertility problems

Causes of male infertility

  • Abnormal sperm production
  • Problems with delivery of sperm
  • Exposure to certain environmental factors
  • Damaged related to cancer and its treatment

Causes of female infertility

  • Ovulation disorders
  • Uterine or cervical problems
  • Damaged or blocked fallopian tubes

After you are aware of the risk factors and the causes of infertility it’s quite necessary for you to work towards it without giving it a second thought. Consult your health care provider before it gets too delay.

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