Female Infertility

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Roughly 48 million women are affected by infertility. Infertility is triggered by various causes such as nutrition, illnesses and other uterine abnormalities. Infertility impacts millions of women and varies in cultural and social stigmatization. Although female infertility factors can be classified as either genetic or acquired, female infertility is usually more or less a combination.

Fibroids and Infertility

The Connection between Fibroids and Infertility Fibroids, which are also known as uterine leiomyomata, are non-cancerous tumors which are made up of uterine cell tissues. These fibroids grow both inside and around your uterus. The size

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Anovulation and Infertility

Women who are having difficulty getting pregnant may be having problems with their menstrual and ovulation cycles. In order for you to get pregnant, you need to have healthy eggs that are available for fertilization by

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Endometriosis and Fertility

Endometriosis Affects Fertility Studies show that women who have endometriosis may have a harder time getting pregnant than other women. Up to 50 percent of women who are having a hard time conceiving may have endometriosis.

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Infertility after Abortion

Not only is abortion a controversial and emotional topic, many women real and legitimate concerns about infertility after abortion. If you’re thinking about getting pregnant and have had an abortion it’s important that you fully know

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HPV and Infertility

If you’ve had HPV in the past, or have just been diagnosed with it, you may be worried about your ability to conceive naturally as well as if you’ll be able to carry your pregnancy to

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Ovarian Cyst Infertility

Ovarian cyst infertility is exactly that: ovarian cysts lower your chances of getting pregnant. Depending on what type of cysts you have, you may be having difficulty conceiving. Infertility can be devastating and depressing when you

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