The ability to become pregnant might be impacted by health issues that affect both men and women. The infertility assessment could be useful in identifying the underlying cause of infertility. Infertility is caused by unknown factors for approximately one-third of couples.
Infertility in women is frequently caused by the following:
blocked fallopian tube.Infertility is often caused by blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, which restrict sperm from accessing the egg. Your risk of fallopian tube obstruction is increased if you have a history of endometriosis, pelvic infections, or STDs.
Disorder of ovulation. Women can have irregular ovulation, which is the ovaries’ release of eggs for fertilization. Period irregularities or non-occurrence could indicate low body weight, stress, hormonal imbalances, or polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Problems with ovulation might also result from obesity.
Anomalies in utero.It might be challenging for an embryo (fertilized egg) to adhere to the uterine wall under certain Circumstances. Pregnancy chances can be lowered by endometrial polyps, scar tissue, uterine fibroids (noncancerous growths on the uterine wall), or an irregularly shaped uterus.