How to Deal With Infertility In Women
Jul 21, 2021, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
If you are having trouble conceiving for a very long period of time , it could be infertility and there are several reasons for Infertility. 1 in every 8 couples needs help in conception.
Infertility is caused by female factors about 1/3rd of the time, both female and male factors about 1/3rd of the time. In the remaining cases, the cause is either unknown or a combination of male and female factors.
Your Period is the clearest indicator of where you stand with Fertility. A menstrual cycle that is too long or too short, or if it is irregular or absent, that may mean you are not ovulating. Conditions such as PCOD, excessive or too little body weight, hormonal imbalance, premature ovarian failure can lead to this.
For women thinking about getting pregnant soon or in the future, these tips might help:
You should maintain a healthy weight. Overweight and underweight women are at increased risk of ovulation disorders.
Quit smoking as Tobacco has numerous negative effects on fertility.
Avoid alcohol. Alcohol use may lead to decreased fertility and can affect the health of a developing fetus.
Reduce stress. Stress may cause couples to have poorer results with infertility treatment.
When to see a doctor - This can to a large extent depend on your age:
1) Up to age 35 - Doctors recommend trying to get pregnant for at least a year before testing or treatment.
2) Between 35 and 40, After six months of trying, discuss your concerns with your doctor.
3) If you're older than 40, your doctor might suggest testing or treatment right away.
Join us for this workshop on how to deal with infertility in women with Gynecologist, Obstetrician and Infertility Specialist Dr Reubina kd Singh.
Dr Reubina kd Singh, Gynecologist, Obstetrician, Infertility Specialist
Gynecologist, Obstetrician, Infertility Specialist
| Jul 21, 2021
Good afternoon Madam! I have been trying to conceive from past 3 years. I have autoimmune thyroid disorder. My T3, T4 and TSH values are normal, but last ultrasound on 19 th day of cycle showed no signs of ovulation. Does having no ovulation in one cycle indicate something? whatcan be done to conceive?
| Jul 21, 2021
Hello Doctor! After how long of trying to conceive naturally should a couple take the help of an expert? We have been trying since past one year but still no luck. Should we consider consulting an expert, if yes who should be consulted a gyneacologist or a feritility expert? Kindly guide,🙏🏻🙏🏻
| Jul 21, 2021
Ma'am my first child is 8 years old now. I am 33 years with a history of PCOD since past 2 years. We have been trying to conceive since then. Can PCOD be treated without OCP pills as my cycle really gets heavier with shorter intervals after taking it. Also i face severe hairfall due to these pills. The prolactin and DHEAs are slightly elevated, rest all values FSH, LH ,estrogen, progesterone are normal. Kindly suggest are OCP pills the only way to deal with PCOD and conceive?
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