Most people imagine getting pregnant is easy, but the reality is that the reproductive potential of the human species is low. Even young people without any fertility problems have a pregnancy chance of around 25% in each cycle. It is therefore recommended to seek a fertility specialist after one year of trying, which corresponds to a cumulative 90% chance of becoming pregnant. Unless a woman is over 35, her fertility begins to decline faster, so it is recommended to reduce the wait time to see the specialist by 6 months. The cause of infertility can originate from internal genetics, age or external environment and habits factors. The use of IUI comes useful in this case.
Different tests may be ordered to detect the cause of infertility, but most of the time the solution will be between two treatments: Artificial Insemination or In-vitro Fertilization (IVF). Being only minor changes, those can be resolved with other indications and support from a gynecologist or urologist without the need for an assisted human reproduction specialist.
Main Causes of Female Infertility
Ovulatory factor: problems with ovulation, lack of ovulation or poor quality of eggs. Sometimes ovulation problems arise with the natural drop in fertility. This is because the eggs are born with the woman and are losing quality over the years, unlike the sperm, which are produced continuously throughout the life of man,
Tubal Factor: Due to injury or obstruction in the fallopian tubes
Endometriosis: Endometriosis does not always cause infertility, but the progression