Today, 1 in 10 couples in India are facing challenges in natural conception. We at Nova IVF Fertility are here to help you find solutions. Take your first step towards parenthood with us.
We believe that every woman can give birth to a baby and that every man can father children. However, this is not always the case. A man or a woman’s natural capability to reproduce is known as fertility and the inability to do so is referred to as infertility.
Fertility is usually at its peak during the late teenage years and early 20s. As one grows older, fertility levels tend to drop. Apart from age, there are a number of other factors too that can affect fertility in couples.
The good news is that medical science has advanced to a stage where most types of infertility, be it primary or secondary, can be treated and couples can have their own biological children.
Female infertility may be characterized by a woman’s inability to conceive and give birth to a baby despite having well-timed and unprotected sexual intercourse for at least 1 year. Female infertility affects more than one-third of the couples diagnosed with infertility. The good news is that most cases of female infertility can be treated so that these women can have their own children.
If you have been diagnosed with female infertility, fertility specialists can help treat the condition.
Infertility is misunderstood to be a female problem but this can affect men as well. Up to one-third of the couples diagnosed with infertility are unable to have children because of male factors. This means that despite having well-timed and unprotected sexual intercourse, these men are unable to fertilize the egg released from their partner's ovaries.
Fertility requires the sperm and eggs to be very healthy. Let's look at factors which can influence the health of eggs and sperm. Some factors can be modified by changing behaviours; others can't.