Essential Sections for Infertility Treatment
Learn about factors that may increase your risk of temporary infertility or subfertility. Experts say that infertility can only be talked about when a woman or couple cannot get pregnant after a period of one year of having sex regularly and without using contraceptive methods. However, the fact that you cannot become pregnant after two or three years does not necessarily mean that you have medical problems that lead to infertility. The truth is that there are many factors that can hinder or even compromise the sometimes-so-planned attempts to get pregnant but some of them are modifiable. In the case of the IUI treatment, this is the best option that you can have.
Stress in everyday life:
Learn how to relieve it. Stress is a response of the body to the physical, psychological and emotional effort that can manifest in different ways, depending on the personality and experiences of each person. However, in a stressful situation, the first approach to take is to do everything in your power not to surrender to the problem. It is essential to relieving the daily tension that builds up: for example, do some kind of physical activity sports, hiking, walking that helps release the accumulated tensions.
Weight: a problem to control.
Weight problems can also be associated with infertility. It has been proven that overweight or underweight women are more likely to suffer changes in their menstrual cycles, which may consequently deregulate ovulation, which may be the cause of infertility problems. In fact, both excess and weight deficit can cause ovulation problems.
Tobacco: a habit to quit.
Tobacco use is another factor associated with infertility as smoking affects fallopian tube mobility. Several studies indicate that, on average, smoking women enter menopause about three years earlier than non-smoking women.
Age: The years count too.
Although today, with medical advances, is not such a daunting obstacle, it is a fact that age can be a limiting factor for fertility. The aging of female reproductive cells is a cross-sectional phenomenon to all organisms and the eggs do not escape this revenge of nature and, as they get older, besides causing irregularities in the menstrual cycle, are not of sufficient quality to be fertilized. Thus female fertility decreases greatly from the age of 35. Thus, with the current tendency to have children later and later (which may be due to a variety of reasons such as taking advantage of career opportunities or even pure personal choice), fertility problems are becoming increasingly felt.
Alcohol and caffeine very moderately
Excessive alcohol consumption can alter estrogen and progesterone levels resulting in ovulation without ovulation, and thus leading to infertility problems. Studies indicate that drinking more than three coffees a day can cause fertility problems and that too much caffeine intake may be associated with an increased risk of miscarriage. Another of the factors commonly associated with infertility is drug use.
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Get treated to the end.
Untreated sexually transmitted infections such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia can make it more difficult to get pregnant. Be sure to strictly follow the screening and treatment indicated by the experts does not allow forgetfulness or sloppiness to interfere with this process. The cure also depends a lot on you.