Unexplained Infertility

A couple is said to have unexplained infertility when they have gone through standard infertility workup and all the results are normal. In other words, there is no abnormality detected i

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Prevention of Female Infertility

1. Marriage at appropriate age

It is important that men and women know that marriage at appropriate time has influence on reproduction. The best time for reproduction in women is between the ages of 20 and 35 years. Earlier than 20 years, pregnancy may be fraught with some medical complications. Later than 35 years, pregnancy is also fraught with a lot of medical complications, in addition to higher risks of congenital abnormalities in the children. 

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Treatment of female infertility

The treatment for female infertility depends on the cause. This will be discussed with you by your doctor after proper evaluation. Adequate medical history from the affected patien

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Investigations for female infertility

Investigations for infertility usually start after one year of inability to conceive, as stated in the definition. However, in a situation where a woman is more than 35 years, in

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Causes of female infertility

Female Infertility may be due to

absence of ovulation, in which case, there is no egg to fertilize (physiologic problem) or problem with the cervix, uterus or fallopian t
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Prevention of male infertility

1. Healthy lifestyle

It is important that men experiencing infertility quit smoking and alcohol. This may help improve the quality of their sperm or correct erectile dysfunction.

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Treatment for male infertility

Sometimes, it is difficult to ascertain an exact cause of infertility, even after exhaustive investigations. In most cases, the partner will need to be tested too and both of them tr

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Investigations for male infertility

1. Seminal fluid analysis (SFA)

Analysis of semen is an important investigation for male infertility. Semen is the fluid come out (ejaculated) of the penis during sexual intercourse, which contains sperm cells and fluids from several organs around the male genital area. The fluids serve the purpose of supporting the sperm cells and supplying nutrients to them.

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Male Infertility

Infertility is the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy after one year of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Male infertility refers to infertility traceable to male

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Medical Information on Infertility

Infertility is the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Regular sexual intercourse refers to three or more days o

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