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Female Fertility and Reproductive Health

Fertility is a person’s capability to conceive children. In general, when a woman is unfit to get pregnant indeed after at least one time of vulnerable coitus, she's considered to have gravidity and her croaker will begin assessing the possible causes. Of course, gravidity isn't rigorously a womanish problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 35 percent of couples who cannot conceive, the cause can be attributed to factors on both the womanish and manly side. And in 8 percent of couples, the only cause that can be set up is a manly factor.

Gravidity has several possible causes. In women, problems with ovarian function, dammed fallopian tubes, or uterine abnormalities like fibroids are common causes. In men, gravidity can be the result of disintegrated testicular or ejaculatory function, or a hormonal or inheritable condition. In both men and women, factors that can contribute to gravidity include age, smoking, alcohol and medicine use, certain specifics, cancer treatments, and certain medical conditions.

Women or men who are having trouble conceiving should ask their croaker for a referral to a reproductive endocrinologist, who can help identify the possible causes, recommend treatments, and bandy options including artificial copulation and supported reproductive technology.

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Gynecology and Endocrine Society | Supporting obstetricians and gynecologists | Neurosurgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology | Gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists | Committee on Gynecologic Practice | Philadelphia Obstetrical Society

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