InfertilityInfertility : A General Overview
Frequently Asked Questions
Infertility is a condition where people fail to conceive even after an year of unprotected sexual activity. It could result from an issue in the reproductive system of male, or female or both. Anyone can get it, and the likelihood increases with age.
- Ovulation disorders
- Ovarian disorders
- Blocked fallopian tubes
- Endocrine disorders
- Sperm ejection issues
- Hormonal disorders
- Absence or low sperm count
Female infertility symptoms could include:
- Irregular or absent period.
- Too much pain during a period.
- Lack of sex drive.
- Overgrowth of facial hair.
Men’s infertility symptoms could include the following:
- Changes in hair growth.
- Diminished or a lack of sexual arousal.
- Testicular pain, a bump, or swelling.
- Undescended testicles.
People can protect their fertility by taking the following steps:
- Keep a healthy body weight.
- Consume a balanced diet.
- Regularly engage in physical activity. Exercise in moderation.
- Avoid using drugs, smoking, or consuming alcohol.
- Limit contact with pollutants and toxins in the environment.
- Don’t put off conception until it’s too late.