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IUI – Intra-uterine insemination It is a process of putting the washed sperms into the woman’s uterus, bypassing the cervix,...More...
In Vitro Fertilization is a one assisted reproductive technology (ART) commonly referred to as IVF. IVF is the process of fertilization by manually combining an egg and sperm in a laboratory dish,More...
This procedure is most commonly used to overcome male infertility problems, although it may also be used where eggs cannot easily be penetrated by sperm, and occasionally in addition to sperm donation.More...
Due to life style and late marriage now women after 35 have less chncs and have poor overian responce and they some time do not have capacity to carry the pregnance.More...
A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is a procedure that uses an X-ray to look at your fallopian tubes and uterus. It usually takes less than 5 minutes and you can go home the same day.More...
An ultrasound is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to scan the internal organs of the body - woman's abdomen and pelvic cavity, the reproductive system and the fetus of a pregnant woman creating a picture of the baby and placenta.More...
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Ans- Most common causes are : Age related factors/ Egg quality factors/ Ovulation Problem/ Tubal Infertility/ Sperm Problems/ Unexplained Infertility / Obesity, Stress, Environmental and occupational factors.
Ans- Infertility is a medical problem. Approximately 35% of infertility problems are due to female factor and 35% are due to male factor. This problem can’t be explained properly and is a problem of both the partners.
No regular records are found on this, so it can’t be stated certainly. However the said decline is attributed to the delayed age of marriage, career settlement, excessive use of drugs, rising obesity, stress and strain of modern lifestyle, occupational factors etc.
The most fertile time of the month is at ovulation or just before ovulation. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before a period starts, so it is necessary to count backwards from the anticipate start of the next period in order to find the most fertile time. Take the number of days in usual cycle and subtract 14 from it. For example a woman with a 30 day period would likely to ovulate around (30-14= 16). Sperm has a longer life than an egg, so it is best to have intercourse before ovulation rather than afterwards, so a woman who ovulates on day 16 has a good chance of conceiving on day 15 or 16.
Ans- The best way to find out is to check your basal temperature (that is, your body temperature at rest). Check the basal temperature and record it on a chart, save the charts and then within 3 to 4 months you can review them with your doctor.
Ans- Yes, high temperature can kill sperms. The reason why scrotum is located inside the body is to keep the sperm cool. So avoid hot tubs, sauna baths, and wear loose pants and under wear.