FEMALE INFERTILITY TREATMENT CENTER
What is Infertility?
Infertility is a situation where the couple is unable tofemale
infertility treatment conceive even after trying unprotected sex for
one year. Worldwide, infertility varies between 10-15%. Infertility is
thought to be due to some cause in the female, but in 40-50-% cases, it
may be due to some issue in the male and in some cases, it may be due to
problems in the both. In addition, women who cannot carry the baby to
term may also contribute to infertility. And thus, needs female infertility
treatment in India.
Delhi-IVF is an ideal female infertility treatment clinic in Delhi,
India which may bring the joy in the lives of infertile patients who are suffering the
problem of infertility. Our doctors and nurses are well versed with female infertility
treatment and trained to perform the female infertility treatment.
What are the Causes of Female Infertility?
We have been able to understand more about female reproductive
physiology due to its importance in contraception as compared to male
physiology. We can divide these causes as follows:
Tubal Disease– In case of tubal diseases,
high percentage of misdiagnosis is because of
interpretation and limitation of Hysterosalpingography.
We at Delhi IVF look at the tube not only for obstruction but
from the point of the functionality of the tube which could be
compromised due to any disease. Our Endeavour
is to find the disease associated with the tube.
POA (Premature Ovarian aging/failure)– The Ovarian age is a very
important factor in unexplained infertility. When women are born, they
have approximately 300,000 follicles and in every decade this number decline by half.
In terms of decline in the follicular number, female fertility declines until the age
of 37 years, when around 25,000 follicles only left. Sometimes there can be the premature
decline in the number of eggs. This can be due to several reasons such as family history,
radiation damage, PCOD, chemotherapy or any other such reason.
Irregular Menstrual Periods: when a woman has regular periods referred as regular menstrual cycles occurring in every 21-35 days, it signifies that she ovulates regularly.
Female age of 35 years or older: Since a female is born with a fixed number of eggs at the time of birth. The egg numbers decrease at a rapid rate as women age. As women get older, the egg quality and quantity decrease.
A history of pelvic infections or sexually transmitted diseases: Diseases such as Chlamydia or
gonorrhea are the sexually transmitted diseases which can cause inflammation and
permanent damage to the fallopian tubes. The presence of open, functional fallopian
tubes are necessary for conceiving naturally, as sperm must travel through the tubes
in order to reach and fertilize the ovulated eggs. As otherwise, it may lead to infertility.
Uterine fibroids or endometrial polyps Uterine abnormalities, like fibroids that project in to the
uterine cavity and endometrial polyps, can prevent the embryo and the endometrial
(lining of the uterus) to interact to reduce implantation and pregnancy rates.
Hysteroscopy is the proven approach for improving and removing the uterine abnormalities,
Hysteroscopy is a surgical procedure by which a camera with a narrow scope is inserted into
the uterine cavity. Other instruments can be introduced through this procedure, which
allows the surgeon to improve or remove the abnormality.
Endometriosis: Endometriosis is a distressing, everlasting illness that affects
majority of the female population around the world and is the cause of infertility
in many women. It happens when the lining of the uterus (called endometrium) is found
outside the uterus in the abdominal cavity.
This misplaced tissue reacts to the menstrual cycle in the same way as the tissue of
the uterine lining. Every month the tissue develops separates and shed causes a
lot of complication.
Age: Women best reproductive years are in her 20s. Initially, the
fertility decreases slowly but declines rapidly after the age of 35 years.