In this speedy world characterised with numerous constraints, struggles and women empowerment, many women have become more like men in the economic sector. Truth be told, women inspire a lot these days, yet most of them don’t forget their role of reproduction. How do they do this, by planning ahead, being focused, and obtaining fertility education.
Maintaining your working ethics and your sex life
Women in their reproductive age can promote themselves in their workplaces and at home by doing the following;
Monitoring your menstrual cycle
Reaching out to a fertility practitioner for better sexual education about how you can stay fertile
Exercising regularly as this will maintain your fertility rate
Avoiding stress or managing it effectively
Spending time off your job and enjoy life, relax and meditate
What must you keep in mind
With age, reproduction in females reduces and the most fertile years are (16-35). Age advancement automatically reduces your chances of natural conception leading to infertility in women. Women above 35 years face many challenges conceiving due to;
Ovulation disorders or anovulation
Poor egg quality
Untreated sexual issues, such as, PIDs, fibroids, adhesions among others
Therefore, it is advisable to report any change in the menstrual cycle, pain among others to your infertility doctor as soon as possible
Available Solution to Future Pregnancy (Egg Freezing)
The best solution happens to be Egg freezing and it is done by harvesting eggs from a woman who desires to make a family in the future. These eggs are frozen until a later date in the future when the woman desires to carry the pregnancy.
The partner’s sperms can also be stored to be used in the future
Also, for the case of IVF, the embryos can be kept for the future purposes
Egg Freezing at the Advanced infertility centre
Egg freezing is done in a better state of the art infertility centre with great caution and protocols. Great attention is driven to record keeping and proper storage.
However, egg freezing requires monthly costs or charges payable by a woman or a couple to the infertility centre for their services. The charges differ from one clinic to another.
In case of Infertility
Infertility also occurs in women aged under 35
Advanced reproductive techniques such as IVF, IUI, ICSI, and surrogacy are some of the infertility treatments provided to infertile women.
IVF, ICSI, and surrogacy are performed by retrieving eggs from the woman or frozen eggs and then joined with the sperms from the intended male. The sperms can also be donor sperms.
On the other hand, IUI is a procedure where a woman is inseminated with the sperms.
The assisted reproductive techniques require fertility drugs to increase ovulation and egg production in the woman.
It is also applicable where viable eggs are required.
These drugs require a gynae’s awareness and are taken under supervision and monitoring.