When it comes to overcoming infertility, age is the biggest barrier on our path to success. With advance age the first challenge would be egg count. For example, at birth if a woman has nearly one million eggs by the time she’s in her early thirties, her pool of eggs has decreased substantially
Anovulation is the absence of ovulation. Irregular and unreliable ovulation can lead to irregular cycles. A common cause of irregular ovulation is PCOS. There are a range of treatments available for anovulation like ovulation induction drugs and natural intercourse, or In Vitro Fertilization.
PCOS is the most common endocrinopathy affecting reproductive aged women. The incidence varies from 8- 10 %. PCOS accounting for 80-90 percent of women suffering from menstrual order. It is well recognized that PCOS is not necessarily a disease but rather a cluster of features
Uterine fibroids are the commonest benign growth occurring in women of reproductive age. The incidence of fibroid in reproductive age women is 20-50 percent. Almost 5-10 percent of women with infertility will have fibroids.
Poor Ovarian Reserve
Age-related decrease fertility has become an increasing challenge for infertility patients. Chances of natural conception as well as success of any fertility treatment (IUI/IVF) decrease dramatically with increasing age due to exhaustion of pool of ovarian follicle.
Endometriosis affect one in 10 women of reproductive age group worldwide. Endometriosis is a long term, recurrent, and debilitating disease. Endometriosis is a condition in which the same cells as in the endometrium (lining of womb) grow outside of the womb, most
The fallopian tubes are the place for meeting of sperm and egg. If any pathology is there it will impact your chances of getting pregnant. Tubal disease contributes to 25-35% of female infertility. The main cause for tubal infertility is inflammation of tubes.