Everything About Infertility

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Infertility Definitions and Terminologies

Infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse”.

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Infertility is the inability of a sexually active, non-contraception couple to achieve pregnancy in one year. The male partner can be evaluated for infertility or subfertility using a variety of clinical interventions, and also from laboratory evaluation of semen.

You will find that there are two types of infertility issues. The Primary Infertility refers to the point when a couple can’t conceive a child at all. Secondary Infertility refers to when a couple has already borne a child and is facing problems in having a baby again.

Infertility can cause for a number of reasons. It can be due to some form of hormonal deficiency in the reproductive organ, or even certain health issues like high blood pressure and diabetes. It can also be caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. Such as regular consumption of alcohol, regular smoking or long periods of drug abuse.

This when connecting with the top sexologist in Udaipur, Dr. M. S Rajput, you would find all your infertility problems cared and cared for.


Causes of Infertility in Men and Women

Infertility in men can be caused for various reasons too. Here are the few of the causes of infertility in men :
  • Hormone disturbance
  • Smoking
  • Azoospermia : no sperm in the ejaculate
  • Oligospermia : low concentrations of sperm in the ejaculate
  • Asthenospermia : sperm are present but can't swim normally
  • Teratospermia : a high proportion of abnormally-shaped sperm
  • Retrograde ejaculation : the tube through which sperm normally travel is blocked and sperm may end      up in the bladder
  • Excessive alcohol

Infertility in women is not uncommon either and nothing to be all that worried about. Here are a few causes for infertility in women :
  • Age
  • Chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Damaged ovaries
  • Blocked fallopian tubes
  • Hypothyroidism (a thyroid disorder)
  • Endometriosis (a condition where cells from the womb lining are found outside the womb)
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Frequent changes in weight
  • Scarring in the uterus
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Infertility Diagnosis in Men

Did you know that in more than a third of the cases regarding infertility, the cause lies with men? It is nothing to be shocked out. Infertility in men can happen, and 13 out of every 100 couples, face infertility.

But, science and alternative science has come very far and impregnation is no longer a big issue for a couple who fail to get pregnant naturally. Infertility in men can be caused for various reasons as we have mentioned above.

So, if you are in Udaipur, connecting a sexologist in Udaipur is going to be your first step. Also, having a healthy lifestyle that doesn’t involve drug abuse, smoking, and consumption of heavy alcohol daily will help you deal with infertility problems.

Once you connect with us, we run you through verified and accredited test to determine your case and provide health care treatment accordingly. Most of the solutions often lie in the hands of nature and Dr. M. S Rajput has pioneered in helping couples conceive.


Infertility Diagnosis in Women

Just because you are taking longer to get pregnant, doesn’t necessarily mean you are facing infertility. The best time to get pregnant is 4 days before your ovulation date and 2 days after. So, if you and your husband have been trying for a while then there is absolutely no need to draw conclusions. However, if you have been trying for over a year then consulting the top female sexologist in Udaipur would be your optimum move.

There could be many reasons why you are not getting pregnant, and then checking with an accredited doctor would be advised. It could be for many causes, such as problems with your ovaries, age, weight, diet, lifestyle, reproductive complications etc.

Only when you have to wait for a year and nothing has come up, maybe then you should book an appointment with your doctor.

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