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16 January 2017

Noticeable Sign of Infertility in Women

Noticeable Sign of Infertility in Women
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Written by Dr. Neha Gupta

Fertility in women is affected by a number of factors. Female infertility affects ovulation, menstrual cycle, and fertility. Know the infertility signs in women

Fertility in women is affected by a number of factors. Female infertility affects ovulation, menstrual cycle, and fertility. Know the infertility signs in women

The first sign of infertility is the inability to get pregnant after 6 to 12 month of trying to conceive. If a couple has been actively trying for over a year, it may be time to consider if there are reasons conception hasn’t occurred.

Fertility, Female Infertility

Signs of female infertility in women are most often related to changes in the menstrual cycle and ovulation. These account for 25% offemale infertility situations. Other situations have to do with related disease, birth defects, age or male infertility.

Infertility signs related to the menstrual cycle and ovulation include:

1- Abnormal Period: Heavier or lighter than normal bleeding

2- Irregular Period: The number of days between each period varies monthly

3- Absent Periods: Periods are not occurring at all

4- Painful Period: Severe cramps or back/pelvic pain occurs during periods

5- All of these period-related signs indicate that there might be a problem with ovulation.

Additional signs related to female infertility include:

1-Age: By age 40, the chances of conceiving during any one cycle drops

2- Weight: Weight being over- or underweight influences reproductive hormone levels

3- Hormone: Hormone changes sudden skin, hair and weight changes may indicate a hormone unbalance.

4-Recurrent Miscarriage: Multiple miscarriages may be a sign of uterine, blood clotting, hormonal or genetic issues

5- Chronic illness or disease: Illnesses and diseases (eg, diabetes, hypothyroidism, cancer, STDs) and their medications may suppress fertility

6- Excessive smoking and drinking regular: Excessive smoking and drinking regular and excessive intake can lead to infertility in both men and women

Menstrual Cycle, Female Infertility

There are also a number of female infertility issues that may not have an obvious sign. These include fallopian tube blockage or damage, cervical or uterine abnormalities, and male infertility

Looking for signs of female infertility is the first step to diagnosing a fertility issue, and a doctor can help assess and diagnose these concerns. There are a number of tests available to pinpoint the exact issue, and there are many drugs and procedures to circumvent these issues.
 

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3 Comments

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Khushboo Khanna
Aug. 24, 2017, 1:43 p.m.
Irregular menstrual cycle is the major cause leading to female infertility. Women should keep their diet very healthy and nutritious.
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Amelia Evans
Aug. 24, 2017, 2:35 p.m.
Stress can also disturb menstrual cycle and ovulation. it steadily affects hormonal balance and fertility issues may also arise due to stress.
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Dr. Chaitanya Ganapule
Aug. 24, 2017, 2:36 p.m.
Every woman should have at least 1 green vegetable in their plate.. Green vegetables are very rich source of iron, minerals and folic acid.
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