Infertility is not a curse
Infertility, If a couple fails to conceive a child after one year of living together and having regular intercourse without any birth control method, then it is called infertility. Infertility is basically of two types. 1. Primary (primary), that is, those who have never conceived a child. 2. Madhyamik (secondary), those who have previously conceived, but subsequently do not conceive again.
80% of couples usually succeed in conceiving within the first year of trying. 10% get the desired results in the second year. The remaining 10% require treatment.
According to the survey, 40% of infertility is caused by women, 40% by men, and 20% by both husband and wife.
Infertility is not a misfortune or a curse. This is a health issue. It is possible to solve this problem with proper treatment by diagnosing the right cause at the right time.
Causes of female infertility
PCO or Polycystic Ovary: Every month, the egg that is supposed to be released from a woman’s ovary is blocked.
Hormonal causes: such as thyroid problems, excess prolactin hormone, low ovulation or low AMH or low ovarian reserve.
Age, stress, diet, environmental effects, cancer can cause the number of eggs to decrease at an alarming rate.
Certain diseases such as endometriosis and chocolate cyst. Some sexually transmitted diseases can also cause damage to the female reproductive organs.
Birth defects: Congenital absence of uterus, immaturity of uterus, congenital absence or low number of ovaries, small ovaries etc.
Major causes of male infertility
Semen quantitative or qualitative problems: such as azoospermia or absence of sperm. There may be no production of sperm or there may be an obstruction somewhere in the sperm’s path. Oligospermia means low sperm count.
Apart from this, there are more problems in sperm motility and defective sperm.
Lack of proper levels of key male hormones such as testosterone or low or high levels.
Infertility can also be caused by uncontrolled diabetes, smoking, drug use, testicular problems from childhood mumps or measles, trauma or surgery to the reproductive organs, sexually transmitted diseases or tuberculosis.
- There are a few things that both men and women should be aware of in general.
- Dietary changes are necessary to maintain a healthy weight. Reduce sugar and eat protein and nutritious food. Eat more vegetables and fruits.
- Avoid fast food and processed food.
- Get enough sleep. Do not wake up at night and get up early in the morning.
Consult a specialist doctor on time.