1- Ovulation disorders are the most common cause of infertility in women
Normally, the woman ovulates once a month. However, this ovulation, sparse, irregular intervals or none of the absence of ovulation disorder is expressed as. The most important symptom for a woman to suspect of ovulation disorders is the irregularity of her menstrual bleeding.
Sometimes women who have regular menstruation every month may also have ovarian disorders. In order for women to have ovulation, the female hormones secreted from the pituitary gland must be secreted at regular intervals and in sufficient amounts.
If these hormones are secreted irregularly, the menstrual cycle also becomes irregular. Although prolactin is secreted more than the normal hormone called prolactin, surgical methods and drug treatment with prolactin levels until normalization is experienced in ovulation disorders.
In addition, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome with multiple cysts in the ovaries for any reason causes ovulation disorders. Very rare and irregular menstruation, normal skin erosion and hair loss in the skin, excessive acne are the symptoms of ovulation disorder caused by polycystic ovary syndrome.
2- Falling or clogging of fallopian tubes leads to infertility
In order to form a pregnancy, the sperm and the egg must come together and produce fertilization. It becomes very difficult or impossible to obtain pregnancy by natural means if the woman’s tubes are a little clogged or completely closed.
Tuberculosis can cause damage to the tubes such as tuberculosis, sexually transmitted infections and microbes, intraabdominal adhesions caused by surgical operations, and intrauterine tissue manifesting itself in another area of the body. It is not possible for the woman to conceive naturally in such cases which negatively affect the functionality of the tubes.
3- Endometriosis is one of the causes of female infertility
Endometriosis is called endometriosis in the uterus, ovaries, tubes and ovaries. Bleeding occurs every month during the menstrual period. Also, when endometriosis occurs in the ovaries, chocolate cysts called endometrioma occur. Women should suspect Endometriosis during and after sexual intercourse, if they feel severe pain, pain before and during menstrual bleeding, menstrual bleeding become irregular and cannot conceive naturally.
4- Womb problems can cause infertility
Congenital or postpartum structural defects, polyps or myomas formed in this area and surgical operations in their treatment are the causes of infertility in women. However, abnormalities in the secretion of the cervix due to the action of hormones, abnormal features make it difficult to transfer the sperm genital tract. In addition, for any reason, infections in the cervix can lead to infertility in women.
5-Low egg reserve
Each woman has a certain number of eggs. The advanced age, the medications used, the surgical operations used in the treatment of various disorders reduce and reduce the woman’s egg reserve. The lower the egg reserve, the lower the chance of getting pregnancy in the natural way.
6- Uterine or ovarian surgeries
Nervous formations such as uterine fibroids or polyps can be removed by surgery and adhesions may occur in this area and adhesions may prevent pregnancy. In addition, the removal of an ovary due to problems in the ovaries also irregular hormone levels here and there is the possibility of obtaining the natural way of pregnancy. If two ovaries are taken for any inconvenience, pregnancy becomes impossible.
7- Advancing age makes it difficult or even impossible to conceive
The most important factor for women to become pregnant is that their reproductive functions are working at full capacity. In this context, women’s age is an important factor. A healthy 20-year-old woman is about 85% in a year, but a healthy woman over the age of 35 is about 50% likely to get pregnant during the same period. Because as the age progresses, the reproductive functions, capacity and adequacy of the woman decrease rapidly.