A) PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) :-
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common health problem caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones and makes it difficult for a female to concieve. 5 – 10% of women between the age group of 15 – 44 have PCOS. Most women find out they have PCOS late 20’s, when they have problems getting pregnant.
Consult our experts if you observe these signs-
Irregular menstrual cycle.
Acne on the face, chest and upper back
Thinning hair or hair loss on the scalp
Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
Darkening of skin, particularly along neck creases
Long-term lower-back and pelvic pain
Periods lasting longer than 7 days
Heavy menstrual bleeding
C) TUBAL FACTOR INFRTILITY:-
Tubal factor infertility occurs when a blockage in the fallopian tubes will not allow the egg and sperm to meet. Tubal factor infertility accounts for about 25-30% of all cases of infertility.
D) DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE :-
Women are born with around 2,000,000 eggs, which is all the eggs they’llever have. Eggs are continuously lost with advancing age and hence by puberty most women have around 400,000 eggs left. By a woman’s late 30s this number further declines to around 27,000. In order to plan a family one must regularly undergo gynecological check up to keep a track of ovarian reserve left . Diminished ovarian reserve is the most common biological factor governing infertility in females.
E) SECONDARY INFERTILITY:-
Secondary infertility is when a couple has had at least one child, is trying to get pregnant again, but doesn’t conceive after at least one year of trying. We help you find the cause of this mind boggling situation and follow an individual approach for completing your family.
F) LATE MARRIAGE:-
In order to become financially stable and successful, people usually tend to marry in late 20’s. Moreover they wait for 3-4 years in order to establish a compatible relationship. Unfortunately the biological clock doesn’t function this way. Late marriage becomes a contributing factor in pregnancy failure as both men and women develop a degree of infertility to some extent. However the incidences of infertility may vary on individual basis..