Covid and women health - Know how to overcome the hurdle of infertility
Health Vision|September 2020
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Covid and women health - Know how to overcome the hurdle of infertility
Depression and anxiety are also the leading causes of infertility. When it comes to fertility, a couple must exhibit a healthy sexual life, intimacy, understanding, nurturing and support for each other. With the unlocking phase, things have slowly started coming back to normal. Couples who are looking for treatment need not delay their plans anymore.
Dr. Azim Ahamed Roy

Every couple dreams to ascertain the continuance of their progeny. The desire to have their kids with features and habits similar to their’s is something every couple wants for themselves. However, several factors like genes or an unhealthy lifestyle of either parent can become a bane for them.

They end up resolving to other methods of having kids like surrogation or adoption. But they tend to stay aloof to the fact that there are methods through which they can have children naturally, and they can also come over infertility.

Causes of infertility

In men, the causes of infertility can be medical conditions like cancer, surgery or infection. Overheated testicles, hormonal imbalance or ejaculation disorder can be some other reasons which can lead to infertility in men. Genetic factors, cystic fibrosis or radiations can also play a role in infertility in men.

In women, chronic conditions of cancer or AIDS, poor quality of egg, thyroid or PCOS can be some reasons for infertility. Endometriosis, submucosal fibroids which are the growth of non-cancerous tumour in the uterus or previous surgery around the pelvic region can also lead to infertility in women.

Diagnosis of infertility

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September 2020