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Infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive within 12 months after having regular unprotected sexual intercourse and there is no other reason such as breastfeeding or postpartum amenorrhea.

10 % of couple facing problem of infertility during their reproductive life. Couple who have never had a child – are said to have primary infertility while those who have become pregnant at least one but are unable to conceive again are called secondary infertility.

Factor that affect the chances of conceiving in normal couple.

  1. Age of woman, number of eggs and their quality starts decreasing with age.
  2. Frequency of sexual intercourse, 3 times in a week in the fertile period (day 10 to 15 of menses).
  3. Stress free happy life lads to higher chances of conceiving.

When to seek medical help?

These are certain condition that alert patient to seek medical help.

  1. Periods at 3 week or less interval.
  2. No period for longer than 3 months.
  3. Irregular periods.
  4. A history of pelvic infection.
  5. Women over the age of 35 years.
  6. Men who have had prostate infection.
  7. Men whose testes are not felt in the scrotum.

What can you do to improve your fertility?

  1. Body weight, good healthy diet and exercise, yoga and pranayam are important for optimal reproductive function. So overweight and underweight woman can have difficulty in getting pregnant.
  2. Stop tobacco and alcohol in any form. Tobacco and alcohol are associated with low and biologically weak, sperm count and defective ovulation in women.
  3. Position and technique of intercourse.
  4. Male superior position is better and also advise that woman remain lying down for at least 5 minutes after sex and not wash or douche afterwards.

Possible cause of low infertility in modern time.

  1. Increasing age of women at the time of marriage and childbearing.
  2. Increased incidence of sexually transmitted diseases which may be silent that damage the reproductive tract in both men and women.
  3. Decreasing sperm count in men which is a worldwide phenomenon may be due to climate change environmental pollution or modern stressful life.