Top 7 Causes of Infertility in Women and their Remedies

Top 7 Causes of Infertility in Women and their Remedies

Top 7 Causes of Infertility in Women and their Remedies

If you’re having difficulties getting pregnant, this write-up will help you find out more about some of the most likely causes of infertility in women (otherwise known as female infertility) and the solutions that will help you overcome each of them.

Many couples trying to conceive get stressed and upset about how hard it can be to get pregnant.

According to statistics, about 6.7 percent of married women ages 15 to 44 are infertile, which means they have difficulty becoming pregnant after trying (having unprotected sex) for one year (or six months for women that are 35 years or older).

So, if you or someone you know fall within this category, the details below will be of tremendous assistance in making you understand the likely cause of your inability to get pregnant and the right solution or approach to restore your fertility and carry your own baby as fast as possible.

 

1. Uterine Abnormalities

causes of Infertility in Women

 

Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids are usually noncancerous masses of muscular tissue and collagen that can develop within the wall of the uterus. They may be associated with reproductive problems depending on the number of fibroids you have in your uterus and on their size and specific location.

In some cases, fibroids may interfere with the implantation of the fertilized egg, thereby causing infertility. 

Read the experience of someone (who approached us for fibroid solution sometimes back) concerning the effect of fibroid on pregnancy;

effect of fibroid on pregnancy

Below is another one;

Failed fibroid surgery and iVF

Aside causing difficulties with pregnancy, Fibroids near the endometrial lining may also cause very heavy periods and problems with an embryo implantation or pregnancy complications.

Most fibroids, since they are not in the lining of the uterus, don’t impact your pregnancy or create a high-risk pregnancy, but you may have a higher risk of miscarriage or infertility.

These days, you actually do not need to go under the knife to be free from fibroid. Now, there are better and safer ways to get rid of fibroid naturally without surgery.

Click here to read more about a natural remedy to treat and get rid of fibroids without surgery and with no side effects.

 

Uterine Adhesions/Scar Tissues 

Scar tissues (also known as Adhesions, Uterine Synechiae or Asherman’s Syndrome) in the uterus or any other part of the female reproductive system is also one of the most common causes of infertility in women.

One of the major signs of intrauterine adhesions is the loss of monthly period flow or scanty flow.

causes of Infertility in Women

Scar tissue formation is one of the major side effects of surgery or surgical procedures carried out on any part of the female reproductive system. That’s why you want to think twice before you embark on a surgical procedure as a solution to a gynaecological challenge. 

Find out first if there is another option from your doctor or any other therapist around. Many women have had their reproductive system messed up as a result of one surgical procedure or the other. Though, the eventual side effects from surgeries are not intentional, they are however avoidable. 

See someone’s experience below; 

Adhesion surgery risk

Meanwhile, there is a natural remedy that can help your heal scar tissues and also bring back your period. Click here to read more about  how to treat uterine adhesions and scar tissues naturally. 

 

2. Tubal Issues

causes of Infertility in Women

Damaged or blocked Fallopian tubes can prevent sperm from getting to your eggs and prevent the fertilized egg from getting to your uterus, thereby causing infertility.

A lot of women battling with infertility today fall within this category. A simple way to find out the status of your Fallopian tubes is by running an HSG (Hysterosalpingogram).

Some common causes of tubal problems include sexually transmitted infections like chlamydia and gonorrhoea, which can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a generalized infection of the pelvis that can cause scarring and blockage of the Fallopian tubes and endometriosis.

If it has been confirmed that you have issues with your Fallopian tubes, click here for a natural remedy that will help you unblock and repair it without surgery and with no negative effect.

Here is a natural remedy for unblocking blocked Fallopian tubes that can help you https://www.planbwellness.com/tubal-blockage

 

3. Ovulation/Hormonal Problems

causes of Infertility in Women

Ovulation issues may be caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). This is a case of hormonal imbalance that can interfere with normal ovulation.

Primary ovarian insufficiency (also known as premature ovarian failure, or POI) can also cause ovulation problems.

POI is when your ovaries stop working properly before age 40, affecting your release of eggs and chances of pregnancy. (Note that POI precedes menopause, which is when you’ve completely stopped ovulating and having periods.)

Hyperprolactinemia is where you have too much prolactin, the hormone that stimulates breast milk, and that may also interfere with ovulation.

Thyroid issues— too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism)—can affect your menstrual cycle too.

Please note that both hyperprolactinemia and thyroid conditions can be easily treated, so it’s important to seek diagnosis.

Ovarian Cysts also fall under this category as they may sometimes be problematic.

Click here to see a natural remedy for PCOS.

Click here for a natural remedy for hormonal imbalances (such as hyperprolactinemia, thyroid issues and many more).

Click here for a natural remedy for irregular menstruation.

Click here to read about a natural remedy for Ovarian Cysts.

 

4. Old Age

causes of Infertility in Women

The mere act of waiting to get pregnant contributes to infertility. Many women do wait until their 30s and 40s to have kids. About one-third of couples in which the woman is over 30 have fertility problems.

Time and biology are on your side during your 20s. At this stage, your body is ready for pregnancy. Experts say that the average woman’s fertility peaks during her early 20s, and you have the highest number of quality eggs at this stage.

A younger woman’s eggs are less likely than an older woman’s to have genetic abnormalities that cause health conditions like Down syndrome.

The risk of miscarriage is also lower. Studies show that the risk of miscarriage is 12 percent to 15 percent for women in their 20s compared to about 25 percent for women at age 40.

It’s also physically easier for women in their 20s to carry a child because there’s a lower risk of high blood pressure, gestational diabetes and other health issues that can complicate pregnancy.

Furthermore, younger women are less likely to have low birthweight or premature babies. When you’re older, your ovaries have a smaller number of eggs left, and your eggs aren’t as healthy.

If age is not on your side and you need to boost your chance of conception, click here to check out the Female Infertility Remedy Kit that has the capacity to help restore your fertility with production of quality and fertile eggs.

 

5. Unhealthy Bodyweight

Keeping an inactive lifestyle and being overweight or obese can raise your risk of infertility and increase your risk of having miscarriage. Or, if you have an eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia or you follow a very low-calorie or restrictive diet, you’re at risk for fertility problems.

Fortunately, you can take measures to lose or gain weight and may be able to conceive once you get to a healthy body weight. Obese women may find they ovulate normally after losing as little as 5 percent of body weight—that’s just 5kg  for a woman who weighs 100kg.

 

6. Abnormal Cervical Mucous

Cervical mucous, a fluid secreted by the cervix when oestrogen stimulates production, allows sperm to survive in the hostile, acidic environment of the vagina. Abnormal cervical mucus can prevent sperm from reaching the egg.

Read more about how to boost your fertility and chance of conception.

 

7. Endometriosis

endometriosis

With endometriosis, the tissue lining the uterus starts to grow in other places like behind the uterus, in the Fallopian tubes, in the abdomen, in the pelvis or the ovaries. That causes irritation and scar tissue development.

Some women with endometriosis have no symptoms. Others have painful intercourse or periods, heavy bleeding or unusual spotting and general pelvic pain.

Endometriosis can make it difficult to get pregnant because the condition can cause blocked Fallopian tubes, disrupt implantation, cause inflammation in the pelvis and perhaps impact egg quality.

Most healthy couples under age 35 who are trying to conceive and have unprotected sex every other day around the time of ovulation can become pregnant in a year. If you aren’t getting pregnant as fast as you want or hope, consider visiting your health care provider—and suggest your partner do the same, because the problem could be his too.

Click here to read about a natural remedy to overcome male infertility challenges.

If you’re older than 35, you may want to get help sooner because fertility decreases with age. The sooner you visit a fertility specialist, the more likely you’ll have success with fertility treatments.

Use any of our contact details below to get in touch with us today or drop a message for us about your case in the comment box below. Let’s work together to boost and restore your fertility.

Click here to see all the fertility-based remedies we offer at Plan B Wellness Limited. 

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Stay healthy and never give up!

 

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Mincka
Mincka
4 months ago

How do you really know you are infertile when you have once carried a baby in your womb but had a miscarriage? And after the miscarriage you try but to no avail

Juliette
Juliette
2 months ago
Reply to  planbwellness

I had a miscarriage since jeune 2019, till today am un able to get pregnant again 😔😔😔😔😔 please what can i do, i went to the hospital and my doctor said my husband and i don’t have a problem

Olori
Olori
3 months ago

What are the causes of sperm leakage in females

Adesanya foluke abosede
Adesanya foluke abosede
3 months ago

What is the solution for low libido

Charity
Charity
3 months ago

I want to know more

Charity
Charity
3 months ago

What are the causes of sperm linkage

Bunmi
2 months ago
Reply to  Charity

I too want to no the causes

Osman Rahinatu
Osman Rahinatu
3 months ago

I had miscarriage in November 2019 till now am still suffering to conceived, I had scanty menstruation too

Catherine
Catherine
3 months ago

Pls what’s d probability of carrying a next pregnancy to full term and birthing a healthy baby after a chromosomal abnormalities stillbirth by a first time mum aged 45?

Ellen mansaray
Ellen mansaray
3 months ago

I want to join d discussion

Idowu Esther
Idowu Esther
3 months ago

I once had a surgery of ovarian cyst about 2 years now,,, trying to conceive since then

Mizh Jane
Mizh Jane
3 months ago

Ow can u help me with sparm ligage

Aini kashinyenga
Aini kashinyenga
2 months ago

Hi

Nenely
Nenely
1 month ago

Why is it dat after sex the man sperm come out back nd how do I knw am infertile, and what drugs or remedy can I use

Miriam
Miriam
1 month ago

I have a low AMH what can prescribe for me

Shierlyn
1 month ago

Hi! I have polycYstic ovary and i am infertil. What can i drink to be able to conceive a baby

Ekpoanwan
Ekpoanwan
13 days ago

How can i get it

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