Infertility in Women & Natural Solution With Forever Living Products
Today’s article is about infertility in women. Since over 79% of my readers are made up of women, and good number of them have asked me countless times to write on this topic, so I have decided to do so now.
As we must have noticed, excess of unwanted fat translating to obesity is one of the reasons why conception hardly pops up in some marriages, so I feel this topic is an important health issue that must be discussed.
In many homes today, the problem of conceiving a child is becoming one of the fastest growing trends in Nigeria and elsewhere.
Male infertility is often associated with little or no sperm production.
SOME TYPES OF FERTILITY TREATMENTS
AI (ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION). A procedure in which semen is introduced into the female reproductive organs by other than natural means. AI is an option often tried before the procedures described below.
GIFT (GAMETE INTRAFALLOPIAN TRANSFER). A procedure that involves removing eggs from a woman’s ovary, combining them with sperm, and using a laparoscope (an instrument used for examining the abdominal cavity) to place the unfertilized eggs and sperm into the woman’s Fallopian tube through small incisions in her abdomen.
ICSI (INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION). (Shown magnified at left) A procedure in which a single sperm is injected directly into an egg.
IVF (IN VITRO FERTILIZATION). A procedure that involves removing eggs from a woman’s ovaries and fertilizing them outside her body. The resulting embryos are then transferred into her uterus through the cervix.
ZIFT (ZYGOTE INTRAFALLOPIAN TRANSFER). A procedure in which eggs are collected from a woman’s ovary and fertilized outside her body. A resulting fertilized egg is then inserted into her Fallopian tube through a small incision in her abdomen.
HUMAN ERROR. In the United States, the Netherlands, and Great Britain, fertility clinics have by mistake mixed up sperm and embryos. In one case a couple got twins of another race, and in another case a woman gave birth to twins who were of two different races.
MULTIPLE BIRTHS. Studies have shown that multiple births—a result of multiple embryos transferred into the womb—increase the chances of premature birth, low birth weight, stillbirth, and long-term disability.
BIRTH DEFECTS. According to one study, children conceived through in vitro fertilization have an increased risk of birth defects, such as heart or kidney problems, cleft palate, and undescended testicles.
MOTHERS’ HEALTH. Complications from hormonal treatment or a multiple-fetus pregnancy increase the risks for mothers.
- Chronic Illnesses and their associated treatments
- Antidepressant drugs could lead to irregular menstrual cycles
- Treatments or drugs for hypertension could cause male infertility
- Low sperm count, low quality sperm could be caused from various factors
- Cancer treatments, radiation therapy near reproductive organs could make them become infertile.
- Sexually transmitted diseases could cause blockage of the Fallopian tube and prevent access to entry of the sperm.
- Uterine fibroid