There are many causes of infertility, and issues regarding infertility that can be related to either female factors (present in about 35% of infertile couples), male factors (present in another 35% of infertile couples), a combination of male and female factors (present in 20% of
When a couple is unable to conceive a child, the woman and the man generally undergo fertility testing. For the man the analysis of the sperm takes into consideration two aspects. The first aspect is the sperm count. A normal sperm count is considered to
When a person thinks about getting infertility help, it most likely will lead to a number of different tests being performed that will help ascertain the source of infertility. That is not to say that the tests will always come up trumps for there are
Infertility in both men and women is a cause of great grief as you realize that there are chances you may never have a child of your own. However, today there are a number of treatments available to treat and cure successfully infertility disorder in
After the cause (or causes—infertility often has more than one cause) is established, infertility treatment involves structural treatments, hormone therapy, artificial reproductive technologies and/or alternative therapies. Structural Treatments These are usually the easiest to resolve. Structural infertility treatments usually involve some kind of surgery to
What do you do when you find out that you will never be able to have a baby? You feel totally heart broken, desolate, and utterly useless. You feel like life has stopped for you and indeed many people attempt suicide in he wake of
Infertility, even today, is still a very big puzzle for the medical fraternity. In spite of millions of dollars spent on research, hypotheses and counter-hypotheses, infertility does not have yet a guaranteed treatment, nor does it have a definite line of remedy, nor prevention advice.