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Pregnancy and infertility treatment

Uday Patel
 


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Many newly wed couples are unable to conceive after being married for a long time. Thus is a major disappointment since to give birth is a primary desire of all couples. Even after many tries the conception does not take place. The first step the couples take is discuss with close one’s eventually some suggests going to a gynecologist.

The couple is advised to visit a gynec who specializes in infertility treatment. The fertility doctors are expert in treating infertility among females and males. Earlier there was this misconception that only females are responsible for failure to conceive but this is untrue as we know now. Hence the couple is checked for any anomalies in the reproductive system.

The infertility treatment begins with the case history being assessed by the expert. Then comprehensive physical examination is conducted. The examination includes checking for hormonal imbalance and genetic anomalies as well. The whole reproductive system is checked using latest technology. After the cause of infertility is ascertained the treatment begins. The line of management depends upon the abnormality that is found out either in male or female or both. Sometimes infertility could be due to unknown reasons.

If the pregnancy does not occur at all then it is known as primary infertility. If the couple has conceived once and does not conceive again for second time then it is known as secondary infertility. Infertility in old age like menopause in women is normal. But up to thirty five or forty pregnancies should occur.

Some causes of infertility are common and treatable easily by an expert. Usually a fertility doctor is a gynecologist with advance knowledge and skills. He or she is specialized to treat infertility cases in registered clinics. The clinics offer comprehensive infertility treatment using modern methods or assisted reproduction techniques. There are various methods for sperm extraction from male testicles and use ICSI process to inject sperm using IVF. Like wise in the case of female laproscopic ovarian diathermy is used in case of polycystic ovarian disorders.

Sperm disorders, blocked fallopian tubes, hormonal imbalances, obesity, consumption of alcoholic beverages and caffeine in excess lead to infertility. These are then treated in order to remove the cause. Serious causes need prolonged expert treatment in order to cure. Some medication and major illness can also be the reason for inability to get pregnant. All the matters are looking into by the doctor and treated. There are many medication, methods and assisted reproduction procedures for curing the abnormality in order to achieve conception.

There are many infertility management centers that offer affordable cures. One should approach these centers for treatment.

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