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Killers behind the Scene of Infertility

Nurturing a new life is a woman’s gift, it is a boundless love of a family’s core, a promise of a lifetime and a creation of a perfect family. However, there are a lot of factors that can contribute to infertility in nowadays. These factors are constantly being explored and discovered. Let’s take a look at the causes of female infertility.

For each prospective parent, it is quite important to have the pre-pregnancy check on regular bases. Couples of reproductive age who want to nurture a healthy and smart baby should pay more attention to the following three main factors.

Gynecological Inflammation

Gynecological inflammation is the main reason of female infertility. On one hand, gynecological inflammation often results in an increase in female vaginal discharge, and excessive inflammatory discharge will affect the quality of semen and reduce the survival rate of sperm, causing in infertility. On the other hand, the bacteria in the discharge can ascend into the uterine cavity and result endometritis, tubal inflammation and tubal adhesions.

Endocrine Disorders

Most infertility couples were influenced by the bad habits of modern life, such as staying up late, smoking, drinking, taking diet pills, working with excessive stress, etc. These are likely to affect the ovarian function and lead to female hormonal imbalance, poor ovulation, menstrual disorders or even amenorrhea.

Immunological Factors

Immunological factors refers that there are anti-sperm antibodies, anti-endometrial antibodies, and anti-ovarian antibodies in the female reproductive tract or in the serum. Anti-sperm immune response will cause sperm agglutination, loss of vitality or death, resulting in infertility.

This article is contributed by ReLife International Medical Center. For more details on the medical services provided, please kindly consult us. We are happy to provide a medical solution for your inquiry.

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