IVF And Reasons For Infertility

Don'ts and Do's After Embryo Transfer

Fertility is the ability to get pregnant. Fertilisation maintains the diploid number of chromosomes in the newly formed zygote. Sometimes fertilisation does not work after sex due to different reasons such as poor sperm quality and hormonal issues, unhealthy diet, and stress. IVF treatment is the best option to get a healthy baby. IVF is a complex process for fertilisation that involves retrieving eggs from ovaries and manually combining them with sperm in a lab. 

Why do people need IVF? 

Sometimes, fertilisation does not occur after unprotected sex. The IVF procedure is used to help people with various forms of infertility to have children. It helps those with blocked or damaged fallopian tubes that prevent sperm from reaching the egg or the fertilised egg from reaching the uterus. IVF provides the best opportunity of having a healthy child using eggs. 

Understanding Infertility In Males and Females

In Males: The inability of males to impregnate fertile women is known as male infertility. In males, there can be several causes for infertility, such as stress, disturbance in their hormone level, depression, lack of nutrition, exposure to chemicals, drug abuse, smoking, alcoholism and many more. Some other male infertility problems are: 

  • Low Sperm Count: Low sperm count is caused by many factors that are involved in men. Although these factors such as stress, medications etc. are blamed for low sperm count, not all men with these factors experience low sperm count in their lifetime. These factors can also increase the chance of a low sperm count.
  • Infection: Some infections can disrupt health and cause reduced sperm production or scarring that prevents sperm from passing through. In such cases, contact the best IVF centre and get the relevant treatment. These factors can be psychological as well as physical, which contribute to male infertility problems.

In Female:

  • Fallopian Tube Damage:  Fallopian tube damage is a significant cause of female infertility. Damaged fallopian tubes allow ovum and sperm to converge, preventing fertilisation. These tubes are also called oviducts and uterine tubes. Several factors cause fallopian damage, such as pelvic inflammatory disorder, pelvic surgery and pelvic tuberculosis.
  • Uterine Problem: The womb is an area in a female where a baby grows once a female becomes pregnant. The problems can be related to adenomyosis, polyps, cancer and infection resulting in failed implantation. straight impact on the fertility of a female.

Conclusion: If you are unable to conceive due to any reason, visit the best IVF centre as IVF fertility specialists can prevent fallopian tube problems, low sperm count, infections in both men and women, and uterine problems.

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