Infertile is inability to conceive a child. Some couples have been trying to have their own kids but due to some major problem they couldn't have their own kids. Thanks to advanced technology that produced many ways to help people with all kinds of fertility problem. Have you been looking for the best way to conceive a child? Check this article for more information.
Causes Of Female And Male Infertility
Infertility is not just a woman problem but both the two sexes. Female Infertility can be caused by different purposes but it is difficult to diagnose. There are some risk that increase woman Infertility for example age, hormone imbalance, tumor or cyst, poor diet, stress, excess weight, drug use, these can cause female Infertility. Male Infertility can be caused by effective production of sperm, low sperm that includes the jiggle move of the sperm themselves and the journey of the sperm through the male reproductive system they also have different risk factors and medications that can affect their fertility these are older age, smoking cigarettes, excess alcohol, excess weight or obese, exposure to toxins, the use of antibodies that attack sperm. These are the causes of Infertility in both male and female but no cause for alarm, technology has advanced the treatment of Infertility by creating assisted reproductive Technogy (ART).
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
These help the couples in search of children to have their own biological child without stress or going for adoption. These are the two most common fertility treatments, firstly there is Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) and Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION: This is the collection of healthy sperm to a woman reproductive system which will be inserted directly into the female Uterus when ovulating for the purpose of achieving pregnancy .VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF): This is the combination of sperm and egg outside the body, this process needs monitoring and stimulating a woman's ovulatory system by the process of removing the ova from the ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in the laboratory.