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Fertility problems are on the rise owing to stressful lives and increasing health complications. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, around 8 and 12% of couples of reproductive age worldwide are diagnosed with infertility problems. If you are having unprotected intercourse for a while, especially for more than a year and are still having trouble getting pregnant, it is best to see a fertility expert to take the right treatment. On mfine, our fertility specialists take charge of your reproductive health and provide the required care. Find the best fertility specialists on mfine and consult with them online.
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What do our fertility specialists do?
Our top fertility doctors provide the necessary treatment for those having trouble conceiving. They care for their patients and help them begin their journey to parenthood.
Fertility is an issue under the sub-specialty of gynecology and obstetrics. In medical terms, it is called infertility. There are multiple causes of infertility and differ for men and women. Infertility in men is as common as female infertility. Men could have problems like decreased sperm count and issues with ejaculation that can lead to difficulty in conceiving. Female infertility can occur due to age, hormonal changes, and lifestyle or environmental factors. A fertility specialist can help understand the causes of infertility and give the right course of treatment. With an online fertility consultation you can:
- Get answers to the cause of your condition after a thorough diagnosis
- Address hormonal functions and factors as it pertains to reproduction in both women and men
- Treatment includes the right diagnosis of underlying conditions like polyps, blocked fallopian tubes, or fibroid
- Check hormonal imbalances in both men and women
- The doctors will look at health reports to determine whether women are ovulating effectively or an adequate amount of progesterone hormone is secreted to stimulate the uterine lining
After determining the cause of infertility, our expert fertility doctors online recommend personalised treatment that will help you start your journey to parenthood.
Find the best fertility specialists on mfine. Our doctors provide online fertility consultation with proper care and prepare a personalized preliminary treatment plan for patients with this sensitive condition. Without wasting time and queuing up for medical care, you can now choose a fertility specialist from your locality using the mfine app, use the ‘best fertility specialist near me’ and get preliminary medical advice online.
When should I see a fertility specialist?
You should see a fertility specialist if you have been trying to conceive, but have been unsuccessful for a year, or if you present any symptoms. If you are a female over the age of 35 but have not had any success with the conception for 6 months, it is best to consult a fertility specialist soon. While not getting pregnant is the main sign of infertility, there are others which may indicate infertility, that can vary between men and women. Changes in the menstrual cycle like absent, abnormal or irregular periods may be a symptom for women. Periods that are accompanied by heavy bleeding, cramps, back pain, or pelvic pain may also be an indicator. If hormonal changes are the underlying cause, changes in the skin, hair, libido and weight may also present themselves as symptoms of infertility. In men, symptoms may show up as a lump, swelling or pain in the testicles, or trouble with erections and ejaculation.
Risk factors that lead to infertility in women and men
There are some cases in which infertility can be imminent. In such cases, you should consult a fertility doctor soon. These risk factors include:
Age: A woman’s fertility declines as she ages since the number and quality of eggs comes down. By the mid-’30s, reproductive processes slow down and drop rapidly from the age of 37. Women of that age are also more prone to other health issues which can affect fertility. In the case of men, age is not as much of an issue, but men below the age of 40 are more fertile. If you or your partner fall in this age bracket, you should opt for an online fertility consultation to understand your reproductive health better.
Smoking/consumption of alcohol: Smoking causes the level of fertility to decrease in men and women, reducing the likelihood of pregnancy. It can also significantly decrease the success rate of fertility treatments. Women are also more prone to miscarriages if they smoke, and men are prone to erectile dysfunction and low sperm count. The consumption of alcohol can decrease sperm motility and sperm count in men and can affect the chances of pregnancy for women.
Weight: Being overweight or underweight can also impact the chances of conceiving. An inactive lifestyle and obesity can increase the rate of infertility, and for men, it can even affect sperm count. Eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia can also lead to infertility.
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What is the cause of infertility in men?
There are a number of causes of infertility in men. But the two main underlying causes for infertility are because of poor sperm quality and quantity. This may present itself in a variety of ways and can be caused by different factors. It can happen because of problems such as premature ejaculation, genetic diseases, or other existing medical conditions, like diabetes, HIV, gonorrhoea, and other such STDs. Structural and functional problems may also cause infertility in men. This can be in the form of enlarged veins in the testes which affect the quality of the sperm, or blockages, damage, or injury to reproductive organs. An unhealthy amount of exposure to chemicals and radiation may also be the cause, as well as smoking and frequent exposure to heat.
What is the cause of infertility in women?
Problems involving the thyroid and reproductive organs can cause infertility in women. Hormonal diseases like hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism can have a severe effect on the menstrual cycle which can cause infertility in women. The disruption of hormone production can also lead to other underlying causes of infertility in women, like PCOS, hyperprolactinemia, and the disruption of ovulation. Abnormalities in the uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix and pelvis, which may show up as adhesions, inflammation, or tissue growth, may also lead to infertility. Additionally, cancer treatments, smoking, and early menopause contribute to infertility in women
What is the success rate of fertility treatments?
The success rate of fertility treatments like IVF and IUI depends on the findings of clinical tests, medical history, and factors like age and reproductive functioning that are pertaining to the individual.
What is fertility treatment?
Fertility treatments are medical procedures that address infertility. There are many types of fertility treatments that use different technologies, such as in-vitro fertilisation, intrauterine insemination (also known as artificial insemination), intracytoplasmic sperm injection, cryopreservation, and more.
What are the signs and symptoms of infertility?
The signs and symptoms of infertility vary between men and women. The main infertility symptom is not getting pregnant. Other symptoms of underlying conditions that can cause of infertility include irregular or abnormal periods, change in libido, weight, skin and hair, and problems with erections and ejaculation.
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