Fertility and Infertility - Women

Fertility can be defined as a woman's hormonal cycles that determine when she can achieve pregnancy; fertility is the ability of a woman to produce an offspring. Fertility declines in both men and women as they get older. Women generally lose fertility at a high rate between the ages of 45 and 50, as measured by fecundity (Potential for reproduction). Infertility is defined as a woman's inability to produce or conceive a child after 12 months or having difficulty carrying a pregnancy to term. There are no definite factors to evaluate the cause of infertility; it is dependent on hormonal imbalances; however, the main symptoms of infertility include inability to conceive, irregular menstrual cycles, hormonal complications such as hair growth, and sexual function. Among the causes of infertility are

 

  • Age
  • History of sexually transmitted infection
  • Irregular periods
  • Body weight and Exercise
  • Tobacco and alcohol use

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