Top Five Causes of Infertility

  • April 25, 2017
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Out of six couples, one usually diagnosed with infertility. Time to maintain and manage the fertility health is important. Many couples trying to conceive, the reality of infertility is daunting, stressful and extremely life interrupting. There can be a variety of reasons of irregular of ovulation cycles or may have no ovulation. When the communication between the ovaries, pituitary gland and the follicles does not work properly. Than the ovulation does not occur. Some of the reasons are listed below:

1. Poor Egg Health
2. Poor Nutrition
3. Stress
4. Xenohormones
5. Poor Lifestyle Choices
6. Obesity
7. Low body weight
8. Usage of Birth Control Pills
9. Genetic predisposition

1. Poor Sperm Health

According to the studies, twenty Five percent of the infertility is due to the poor health of the Sperm. It includes sperm mobility and morphology. The health of the sperm is as important as the low sperm count. It will to infertility among couples.

2. PCOS

This syndrome is associated with the hormonal imbalance which can cause the weight gain, menstrual irregularities, insulin resistance, skin problems etc. This may cause infertility. It is a very common condition and it affects 4 to 18% of women in their reproductive age.

3. Blocked Fallopian Tubes

These tubes are the pathways through which ova travels from the ovaries down into the uterus. If there is any blockage in these tubes than it can prevent this from occurring. There can be a number of reasons for blocking Fallopian tubes, Uterine fibroids, Ectopy pregnancy, Endometriosis, PID or STD’s.

4. Poor Egg Health

Poor Egg Health is also another factor which can lead to infertility. It depends upon the health of the ovaries. Eggs can affect by the environmental factors, stress, hormones, diet, lifestyle choices and aging. Talk to your doctor about the egg health and seek help.

5. Endometriosis

When an excess of the endometrium lining of the uterus that is generally grown in the preparation of the egg begins and does not shed during the mensuration. It usually then started to attach to other places of the body. 40%, approximately of infertility cases in women are due to endometriosis.