We need to consider the fact that those who have turned up to us are couples who have failed in their initial attempt to conceive. We need to answer their queries, clear their doubts and help them understand the new treatments that are venturing into. Before the treatment commences, during the treatment and finally post treatment, there are so many issues that need to be addressed to the satisfaction of the patients.
Major Risk factors to watch out for Male & Female Infertility.
Alcohol or Tobacco Consumption
Consumption of certain illicit drugs
Prolonged history of infection or frequent occurances
Exposure to toxins
Overheating in the testicle area
Having experienced trauma around the testicles
Having a prior vasectomy or major abdominal or pelvic surgery
History of undescended testicles
Born with a fertility disorder or having a blood relative with a fertility disorder
Having medical conditions, including tumors and chronic illnesses, such as sick
Infections of Malformations of the female genital tract
Due to age, as age increases fertility decreases
Other conditions preventing conception or maintenance of a full term pregnancy.
Prolonged exposure to radiation or certain chemicals can cause infertility
Women who smoke have enough nicotine in their cervical mucus to kill sperm.
The most common female-related causes of infertility are
Many underlying causes of male infertility aren’t preventable. However, one can avoid some known causes of male infertility such as:
Limit or abstain from alcohol.
Steer clear of illicit drugs.
Keep the weight off.
Don’t get a vasectomy.
Avoid things that lead to prolonged heat for the testicles.
Avoid exposure to pesticides, heavy metals and other toxins