Female Infertility-An Overview
To understand female infertility, first we have to understand what is infertility?
In humans, infertility is an inability to become pregnant after one year or more years of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Infertility may be in both men and women but in general, it is considered a problem to be associated with women. However, our society also believes that women up to some extent are responsible for not having children.
Female Infertility can be defined as an incompetence to get pregnant. Problem of not getting pregnant for a woman even after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse may indicate that a woman may have infertility. There are some common signs of infertility in women such as.
According to a study, both processes (getting pregnant and carrying pregnancy up to 9 months, are complicated and many things can go inaccurate during these processes which can lead to infertility. Following incorporates the causes of infertility in females.
Females who are unable to conceive naturally, may want to seek for treatment. There are some best possible treatments exist for female sterility, can be used to conceive. It should be kept in mind that the treatment of sterility depends on its seriousness and time span. The problem of infertility in women is to be diagnosed first to control various obstacles such as immunological problems, hormonal imbalances and endocrinological disorders. It is advised to consult with a doctor for your concern and he may prescribe you certain oral medication or special drugs. Besides this, listed below are some suggestions through which pregnancy can be done.
IVF: It is a technique of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and also called as In-vitro fertilization. In this procedure, the egg (from woman’s ovary) and man’s sperm are fertilized in the lab and transferred in the woman’s uterus after formation of the embryo. IVF is also done with the donor egg and is recommended only in those cases where woman’s egg quality is not good. In this case, egg is attained from a female donor’s ovary and is fertilized with the sperm of woman’s husband. After formation of the embryo it is transferred in the woman’s uterus.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI): A process of sperm transferring into woman’s uterus at the time of ovulation is known as intrauterine insemination. It increases the possibility of sperm getting fertilize with the egg.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hakeem A.U. Hashmi (Born, 22nd March 1980) is an indian medical practitioner with more than 20 years of extensive experience in Diagnostic & Drug preparations. He has completed his graduation in Unani Medicine & Surgery from Jamia Tibbiya Medical College, Deoband, India as well as Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in PSYCHOLOGY. He serves as a sole in-charge of Hashmi Dawakhana from over 20 years and has formulated more than 125 formulations of Hashmi Dawakhana. He has successfully treated thousand of patients with specialized sex care treatments. At present, he is the Head of Board of Directors in Hashmi Dawakhana. Having sound expertise in training and mentoring on the Greek Medicine/Unani (Tibb-e-Unaani) Topics. He has presented papers on various emerging Greek Medicine/Unani (Tibb-e-Unaani) subjects in International Seminars.