10 Causes of Difficult Pregnant at Women

10 Causes of Difficult Pregnant at Women - At a certain point in one's life, the desire to have children become very large. But for some people, get a pregnancy is an impossible mission.

According to the Mayo Clinic, about 10 to 15 percent of couples in the United States are infertile. This might be due to various reasons, either because of the male or female.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a common cause of infertility in women is a problem with ovulation. This is a process of releasing a mature egg from the uterus to the fallopian tubes and then walked to be fertilized. A common sign of ovulation problems include abnormal menstrual periods, menstrual periods or less complete.

Below are some common causes of infertility in women, which is mostly associated with ovulation problems:

1. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS is a condition that causes excess production of androgen hormones and is one of the main causes of infertility in women. Hormonal imbalance caused by PCOS leads to problems with ovulation and menstrual cycle disruption. This condition is often associated with obesity and insulin resistance.

2. Early menopause

According to the Mayo Clinic, premature menopause is defined as a lack or loss of menstruation and ending early signs of ovarian follicles before a woman reaches the age of 40 years. A woman is considered premature menopause when ovarian function and stops menstruating before the age of 40 years. Certain immune diseases, or even radiation therapy can lead to premature menopause in women.

3. Damage to the fallopian tubes (tubal)

When fallopian tubes become inflamed, this might be due to blockage or scarring, which in turn, lead to infertility. Damage is generally caused by infection with sexually transmitted diseases, especially chlamydia. Other cases that can cause blockage of the tubes include pelvic inflammatory disease, or ectopic pregnancy due to scar.

4. Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus. This condition usually affects the ovaries, eggs, fallopian tubes, uterus and even sperm function. In cases of mild endometriosis, conception is still possible that not all women will experience infertility. In this case, laparoscopy can be used to remove scar tissue caused by endometriosis to assist conception.

5. Ovarian scarring

Another factor affecting women's ovulation is physical damage to the ovaries. Damage can be caused by surgery due to ovarian cysts. Constant operation of a widespread or invasive scar tissue can cause damage to the point where it can no longer ovarian follicles mature, resulting in the ovulation process to be incomplete.

6. Pelvic adhesions

Pelvic adhesions are defined as scar tissue that forms after pelvic surgery, the appendix which can interfere with fertility. Pelvic adhesions can alter the structure of the fallopian tubes, making it difficult for women's eggs travel through the channel.

7. Thyroid problems

Hyperthyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland is overactive. While thyroid hypothyroidism, a condition caused by an underactive thyroid. Both can cause infertility problems in women.

8. Cancer Treatment

Having cancer and undergoing radiotherapy or other forms of cancer treatment may interfere with the functioning of the reproductive system of male or female. Research has shown that a woman's fertility decline is one cause side effects of radiation. But it also depends on the condition of the body part in the shine. Women who underwent radiation therapy should talk with their doctors about treatment effects that might affect their fertility.

9. Certain drugs and lifestyle

Certain drugs can cause infertility in women. But by stopping drug consumption entirely, women are still likely to become fertile again as before. Using drugs, drinking alcohol, smoking, unhealthy eating and being overweight or underweight, and excessive athletics can also cause infertility in women.

10. Age

Age is also considered a common factor related infertility in women. Women over 40 years of age have a lower number of eggs and tend to be less healthy. The possibility of miscarriage is also higher among women whose age was older.
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