Infertility Problem in Female
The Fertility Kit is a month-long treatment to treat Barrenness, Endometriosis, Inability to reproduce in women, etc.
“Infertility” refers to a term used when a woman hasn’t been able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. “Infertility” can also refer to a woman who keeps having miscarriages. Women are often surprised to find out they may be experiencing female infertility just by going through the basic diagnostic tests. Physical issues, hormone problems, and lifestyle or environmental factors might disrupt the menstrual cycle and upset normal ovulation.
Most cases of infertility in women result from problems with producing eggs.
Women’s fertility is a complicated process. To get pregnant, the woman must produce healthy eggs. Ovaries produce an average of 0.5-0.6 eggs per month, each with a lifespan of 24 hours before it self-destructs.
One problem is premature ovarian failure, in which the ovaries stop functioning before natural menopause. In another, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the ovaries may not release an egg regularly or may not release a healthy egg.
PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility in women. This disease’s symptoms include irregular or absent periods, heavy or prolonged periods, thinning hair, acne, and excess facial and body hair.
Causes of Failure to Ovulate
30% of women suffer from ovulatory disorders, which is one of the most common reasons they cannot conceive. Fortunately, approximately 70% of these cases can be successfully treated by the use of drugs such as Clomiphene and Menogan/Repronex. Ovulation failure is typically categorized into the following three causes: – poor egg quality – poor sperm quality – inadequate uterine environment.
These are the most common causes of anovulation and infertility. The process of ovulation depends upon a complex balance of hormones and their interactions to be successful, and any disruption in this process can hinder ovulation. Three main sources are causing this problem:
Failure to produce mature eggs
In approximately 50% of the cases of anovulation, the ovaries do not produce normal follicles in which the eggs can mature. Ovulation is rare if the eggs are immature and the chance of fertilization becomes almost nonexistent. Polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common disorder responsible for this problem, includes symptoms such as amenorrhoea, hirsutism, anovulation, and infertility. The affected ovary often becomes surrounded by a smooth white capsule that is double its normal size. The increased level of estrogen raises the risk of breast cancer.
Malfunction of the hypothalamus
The hypothalamus is the portion of the brain responsible for sending signals to the pituitary gland, which, in turn, sends hormonal stimuli to the ovaries in the form of FSH and LH to initiate egg maturation. If the hypothalamus fails to trigger and control this process, immature eggs will result. This is the cause of ovarian failure in 20% of cases.
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