Causes of Female Infertility
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Are you wondering about the causes of female infertility? Infertility is on the rise. And, even in our advanced technological society, infertility is not well understood.
The more common causes of female infertility are problems with ovulation. You can read more about ovulation here. The most common female infertility factor is about ovulation. Other causes include blocked fallopian tubes, pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. Rarely, there are structural anomalies in the female reproductive system.
Age is another factor in female infertility. Every year the quality and quantity of eggs produced declines.
According to 2008 statistics published in Wrong Diagnosis Statistics: about 25% of infertility cases are due to a history of STDs in the US--specifically chlamydia and gonorrhea; 30 - 40% of cases are due to male infertility compared to female infertility; and 15% of infertility cases are due to pelvic inflammatory disease. Couples are choosing to start their families later in life. Sperm and eggs are less viable as we age.
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The cost of infertility workup and treatment is bordering on prohibitive. And, some physicians (especially alternative practitioners) believe that toxins in our environment and foods can contribute to infertility in men and women.
The primary causes of male infertility are low sperm count and/or weak sperm.
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