- Does Stress causes Infertility?
- How can you deal with the stress of infertility?
- Does managing stress improve infertility?
All the above questions lead towards infertility. Stress play an important role in causing infertility like those who were most stressed were 20% less likely to attain fertilization success.
- High level of stress hormone halts ovulating and are therefore incapable to conceive.
- High points of the hormone cortisol are linked to st...
Fertility Facts About Men and Women
One in 10 healthy couples of reproductive ages will experience fertility problems.
For Healthy Women, fertility peaks in their mid-20s. From age 35, the fertility decline speeds up.
Women under 30 have about 25% chance of getting pregnant naturally each cycle, that chance drops to 20% for women over 30. By 40, the chance of getting pregnant naturally each month is just 5%.
Out of every 100 couples trying for a baby, 80 to 90 will get pregnant within 1 Year. The rest will take longer or ...
Diet and exercise can help contribute to maintaining a healthy weight. Which plays an essential role for conception. Because both over and underweight can lead to hormonal imbalances whereby fertility may be impaired.
Thinking about infertility All day long Racked with Guilt Feeling worthless or Ashamed Persistent Feelings of sadness, Feeling Socially Isolated, Not Enjoying Activities, You Once did Frequently feeling Anxious experiencing panic attacks, quickly become frustrated or angry trouble in concentrating or remembering things, relationship is suffering, Struggling with sexual performances Appetite issues Sleeping Disorders.
Research shows that, as a group, women with fertility complications are as concerned and depressed as women with cancer, heart...
Infertility affects one in every four couples in the developing country. The World Health Organization now recognises infertility as disease as it leads to high burden on the couples. trying to achieve and maintain a desired pregnancy.
Infertility treatment Varies from patient to patient as some fertility problems are more easily treatable to as compare to others. They may be classified into three category:
To boost the ovulation in females and sperm count/ function in males.
The cause might lie with the male, the female or both
Life is moving at a fast pace in today's time. Ambition. work and personal relationships consume most of our physical and emotional energy. All this leads to lifestyle changes and increase in the stress level. Moreover the stress level is at its peak at the reproductive age. This is one of the main reasons behind infertility and this translates into a vicious circle, where the taboo and sorrow of childlessness leads to more stress.
WHAT IS INFERTILITY? Read More
Understanding Infertility- means when you are trying to get pregnant, with frequent intercourse for at least a year and no success. Female infertility, male infertility or a combination of the two affects millions of couples in the India.
About one -third of time female factors are responsible for infertility and one -third of time male factors are responsible. For rest of the cases either the cause is unknown or the combination of both.
It is not very easy to diagnose female infertility. But by knowing the cause of infertility, many opti...
IUI is a fertility treatment that uses a catheter to place a number of washed sperms directly into the uterus. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperms that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization.
Why is IUI done ?
i. Unexplained infertility
ii. Low sperm count
iii. Decreased sperm...
Infertility causes for Men:
i. Unhealthy Lifestyle. Smoking and Excessive Fast Food.
ii. Extensive Exposure to some chemicals/medicines.
iii. Scarring in reproductive system or impair Sperm function due to STD's.
iv. Aging, which reduces sperm count.
v. An enlarged varicose vein in the spermatic cord vein in the spermatic cord that connects to the testicle.
Infertility causes for Women: -
i. Unhealthy Lifestyle. Smoking and Alcohol and obesity.
ii. Polycystic Ovary syndrome: The follicles fail...
Infertility has become the talk of the nation with a sharp increase by 30% in infertility cases in the last six years. World Health Organization recognizes infertility as a disease as it impairs the physical, mental, emotional and social abilities of couples affected by it. Contrary to popular belief, infertility is not restricted to urban areas and women alone. It’s a widespread problem which affects both men and women alike. In this blog we will be focusing on male infertility, treatment for which is availabl...
Uterine polyps are the lesions and masses of the uterine wall (endometrium) whereas Cervical polyps are small, elongated growths of tissue that protrude into the passageway through the cervix.
In the general population, the prevalence of uterine or endometrial polyp is 10% and about 2 to 5% of women are affected with cervical polyps.
Usually, polyps are almost benign (noncancerous) and polyps on the cervix do not cause any s...