It is always a dream of most women to bear a child of their own. But unfortunately, some women have problems conceiving or even carrying the pregnancy until the due date where they suffer a miscarriage along the way. Some causes of this problem are because of fertility problem in women, and sometimes, it may be from the man. The problem in some situations it may be attributable by both of the partners having the problem or other natural cases that have not been defined. The good news is some problems are treatable.
Let’s look at some common fertility problems in women.
- Ovulation problems.
How can you detect ovarian problems?
- If you find that you are having heavy menstrual than usual, this may be the reason.
- Sometimes it may be completely absent of the menstrual cycle.
- Other symptoms are related to breast becoming tender and experiencing bloating as well.
This condition occurs when the tissues which are found in the inside part of the uterus lining known as endometrial tissue grows on the outer part of your uterus instead. The tissue usually grows in the abdominal-pelvic cavity, which is not right.
- You may experience unusual pain during your menstrual cycle.
- Other symptoms may be related to pain when having sex.
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
This problem occurs in the ovaries area whereby the small follicles formed in the ovaries cannot mature, hence results to you experiencing hormonal imbalance and unusual ovulations.
- This may cause you having irregular menstrual.
- You may also have acne break.
- You may also experience excessive weight loss.
Damaged fallopian tube.
If your fallopian tube is not functioning well, whereby if it is blocked or damaged may be a significant cause of infertility in women, this problem prevents the sperm from swimming into your eggs, hence no fertilization takes place at all in the uterus. Fallopian blocking is caused by inflammatory diseases, sexually transmitted infections as well.
- Hormonal problems.
Another cause of fertility problems in women is whereby your hormones keep on changing, hence resulting in releasing of the ovule in the uterus. This in return causes the lining of the uterus to thicken, hence preventing the sperm from entering the uterus. Therefore, no fertilization will take place.
- Early menopause.
This is another cause of infertility in women whereby they experience menopause before they hit the right age. This mostly occurs due to insufficient supply of ovaries. In other cases, it happens to women who are athletic and have had low weight throughout their lives, hence are not able to produce enough eggs.
- Damaged ovaries.
If they have damaged your ovaries, it may be difficult to conceive. This result in the failure of ovulation. Some causes of damage to ovaries include having multiple surgeries and repeated ovarian cysts which cause damaging the follicles hence they are unable to mature.
- Congenital effects.
Although this type of problem is rare, it may occur to some women whereby they are born with irregularities in the uterine part, hence making it impossible for fertilization to take place at all.
- Environmental causes.
Several environmental factors that can lead to infertility. Some may be genetic, such as damage to the DNA which makes it impossible to conceive. Other causes may be related to the abuse of drugs that cause the body to become toxic.
- Sexually transmitted diseases.
The sexually transmitted disease also affects the females’ reproductive system, hence making them unable to reproduce. Some parts that are changed are the uterus which is unable to allow any fertilization to take place.
As a woman, there is an age that your body can conceive, but if you pass that age, you may have problems getting pregnant. For a woman, you are advised that the latest age you can conceive is 35 years as you approach 40 years you may experience problems in getting pregnant as your body is not producing eggs for fertilization.