Infertility treatment’s : Inability to conceive, despite frequent and unprotected intercourse for at least a year. Many treatments significantly improve the chances of getting pregnant. They include hormone treatments, fertility drugs and surgery. In addition, assisted reproduction uses various medical techniques to fertilise an egg.
Causes: Infertility causes in female and male
Infertility treatments and caused In men it may be caused due to low sperm count, if the mobility of the sperm is low or a sperm that is abnormal. In women it can be caused due to problem in ovulation or other uterine abnormalities.
Symptoms: PCOS and PCOD
Major symptom is inability to conceive. Conditions in women like PCOS and absence of menstruation could be an indication. For men, symptoms may involve changes in hair growth or sexual function.
Diagnosis involve questions on the couple’s sexual habits and patterns followed by lab test for both the man and the woman.Tests for men include – Semen analysis, hormone test and genetic test. For women, ovulation testing, hysterosalpingography and hormone testing.
Treatable by a medical professional
Infertility is very common and most related to women but it affects both men and women.
Women are mostly affected due to age factors and hormonal imbalance.
Symptoms and infertility treatment’s
CHARACTERISTIC, COMMON, RARE
The major symptom is not being able to conceive. But certain conditions and changes are indications of infertility.
Being exposed to certain types of chemicals
Diagnosis : What causes infertile in males?
A blood test to detect any other conditions causing infertility.
Infertility Treatments : How can a man know if he is fertile?
Treatment depends on various factors such as underlying cause, couple’s age and health. Various assisted conception techniques are available.
hormone therapy for endometriosis and What does hormone therapy do to a man?
Improves sperm count
Common drugs :Clomiphene citrate
Ovarian stimulator and ovarian stimulation syndrome
To regulate ovulation.
Common drugs :Clomiphene