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What is Infertility

An Overview
In simple words infertility is defined as the inability to conceive. And this is the reason, it requires thorough diagnosis of both the partners. Once, this malady is diagnosed, there is every possibility that it could be treated successfully.

However, there are other factors as well like age, general health etc., that may affect the success of treatment.

At the same time, with technological advancements in the field of surgery and/or assisted reproductive technologies (ART), such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), majority of infertility cases can be treated successfully.

Infertility in women
The common cause of Infertility in women is disruption of ovulation symphony by disturbances in menstrual cycle. Instead of a regular cycle, the women suffering from infertility undergo irregular cycles. In the wake of this, menstrual history is considered to be the first instance of infertility, which one should seriously take care of and immediately consult the doctor.

The Menstrual Pattern is the simplest screening test to guide medical investigations.

Menstrual Patterns
  • The regular menstrual period: In this category, the periods are regular from month to month, beginning like clockwork every twenty-five days or every thirty-five days. The consistently irregular menstrual cycle, where one month you begin menstruating after twenty-five days, the next month after thirty-four, and the next in thirty, may indicate that you have fertility problem.
  • Irregular menstrual periods or Amenorrhea for six or more months: Irregular periods aren't unusual, they affect about 30% of women in their reproductive years. The woman's menstrual periods occur infrequently and at unpredictable intervals. Even in some of the cases, the menstruation at a period of time, may suddenly stop altogether.
  • Nonexistence of the menstrual period: If a women does not have menstruate even after the age of 16 years, which is considered to be the maximum limit to start menstruating, it is considered to be a serious condition. The cause of such conditions may include genetic abnormalities, congenitally deformed reproductive organs, delayed puberty, or a pituitary malfunction. 
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