The time most of the people come to know about infertility when they try to have a baby. Who doesn’t want to have a family? There are many treatments for infertility such as In-vitro fertilization (IVF) /or surrogacy. Homeopathy can also make you fertile without going through these procedures. At least give a try to homeopathy, and see the wonder. You can book an appointment with us both online or offline and love the happiness of being a parent of a healthy child.
It’s common for couples to experience issues with infertility. Many of these couples have no symptoms, while others have. People who have symptoms should try to get treated for those symptoms before they try to conceive.
Signs and Symptoms of Infertility In Women
1. Not having regular periods.
Periods or menstruation cycle should occur in women every month. Proper menstruation may predict that you can have baby without big complication.
Average periods cycle is of 28 days. You can consider 5 days before and after of 28 days as normal. That means if your periods happens between 23 to 33 days to your last period. You can consider that as normal.
But a woman whose cycles vary so greatly that she can’t even begin to estimate when her period might arrive is experiencing irregular periods. This can be related to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and lead to infertility if not treated.
Painful periods that interfere with your daily life may be a symptom of endometriosis, can be a reason behind infertility as well. Pain during the sex can be a symptom of endometriosis as well.
2. Symptoms of hormone fluctuations.
Signs of hormone fluctuations in women could indicate potential issues with fertility. As fertility depends upon hormones balance especially estrogen, progesterone, thyroid hormone, FSH and LH. Talk to your doctor if you experience these more than usual:
- skin problems like acne, eczema
- reduced sex drive
- facial hair growth, can be a symptom PCOS
- thinning hair
- weight gain(PCOS)
Signs and Symptoms of Infertility In Men
1. Changes in sexual desire
Same as woman, a man’s fertility is also linked with his hormone health. Changes in virility, often governed by hormones, could indicate issues with fertility.
2. Testicle pain or swelling
There are several different conditions that could lead to pain or swelling in the testicles, many of which could contribute to infertility.
3. Problem in sex
Early ejaculation and pain during sex can be related to hormone levels. Reduced hormones may result, which could potentially translate into trouble conceiving.
Around 20 percent of couples trying to have a baby will have trouble with infertility. Female factor infertility is typically to blame 40 percent of the time, while male factor infertility is the cause of issues 30 to 40 percent of the time.
If you’ve been diagnosed with infertility, or fear you may have trouble conceiving in the future, you’re not alone. You can contact us for treatment.