Home Health INFERTILITY IN MEN & WOMEN {Part ii}

INFERTILITY IN MEN & WOMEN {Part ii}

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*GVM FERTILITY CENTRE*
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*INFERTILITY IN MEN & WOMEN {Part ii}*

*Causes in women*
Infertility in women can also have a range of causes.
*Risk factors*
Risk factors that increase the risk include:
Smoking significantly increases your risk of infertility.
Age: The ability to conceive starts to fall around the age of 32 years.
*Smoking:* Smoking significantly increases the risk of infertility in both men and women, and it may undermine the effects of fertility treatment. Smoking during pregnancy increases the chance of pregnancy loss. Passive smoking has also been linked to lower fertility.
*Alcohol:* Any amount of alcohol consumption can affect the chances of conceiving.
*Being obese or overweight:* This can increase the risk of infertility in women as well as men.
*Eating disorders:* If an eating disorder leads to serious weight loss, fertility problems may arise.
*Diet:* A lack of folic acid , iron, zinc, and vitamin B-12 can affect fertility. Women who are at risk, including those on a vegan diet, should ask the doctor about supplements.
*Exercise:* Both too much and too little exercise can lead to fertility problems.
*Sexually transmitted infections (STIs):* Chlamydia can damage the fallopian tubes in a woman and cause inflammation in a man’s scrotum. Some other STIs may also cause infertility.
*Exposure to some chemicals:* Some pesticides, herbicides, metals, such as lead, and solvents have been linked to fertility problems in both men and women. A mouse study has suggested that ingredients in some household detergents may reduce fertility.
*Mental stress:* This may affect female ovulation and male sperm production and can lead to reduced sexual activity.

*Medical conditions*
Some medical conditions can affect fertility.
Ovulation disorders appear to be the most common cause of infertility in women.
Ovulation is the monthly release of an egg. The eggs may never be released or they may only be released in some cycles.

*Ovulation disorders can be due to:*
*Premature ovarian failure:* The ovaries stop working before the age of 40 years.
*Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS):* The ovaries function abnormally and ovulation may not occur.
*Hyperprolactinemia:* If prolactin levels are high, and the woman is not pregnant or breastfeeding, it may affect ovulation and fertility.
*Poor egg quality:* Eggs that are damaged or develop genetic abnormalities cannot sustain a pregnancy. The older a woman is, the higher the risk.
*Thyroid problems:* An overactive or underactive thyroid gland can lead to a hormonal imbalance.
*Chronic conditions:* These include AIDS or cancer.
Problems in the uterus or fallopian tubes can prevent the egg from traveling from the ovary to the uterus, or womb.
If the egg does not travel, it can be harder to conceive naturally.

*Causes include:*
*Surgery:* Pelvic surgery can sometimes cause scarring or damage to the fallopian tubes. Cervical surgery can sometimes cause scarring or shortening of the cervix. The cervix is the neck of the uterus.
*Submucosal fibroids:* Benign or non-cancerous tumors occur in the muscular wall of the uterus. They can interfere with implantation or block the fallopian tube, preventing sperm from fertilizing the egg. Large submucosal uterine fibroids may make the uterus’ cavity bigger, increasing the distance the sperm has to travel.
*Endometriosis:* Cells that normally occur within the lining of the uterus start growing elsewhere in the body.
*Previous sterilization treatment:* In women who have chosen to have their fallopian tubes blocked, the process can be reversed, but the chances of becoming fertile again are not high.

*Medications, treatments, and drugs*
Some drugs can affect fertility in a woman.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs): Long-term use of aspirin or ibuprofen may make it harder to conceive.
*Chemotherapy:* Some chemotherapy drugs can result in ovarian failure. In some cases, this may be permanent.
*Radiation therapy:* If this is aimed near the reproductive organs, it can increase the risk of fertility problems.
*Illegal drugs:* Some women who use marijuana or cocaine may have fertility problems.

*Cholesterol*
One study has found that high cholesterol levels may have an impact on fertility in women.

(Written by: 
Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana O.
GVM Chief Gynaecologist
08037515187, 07059515354)

GVM fertility centre is a natural herbal fertility centre with notable unusual expertise in natural herbs for infertility treatments without any surgical operation for age range of between 40 to 75 years. At GVM all sort of infertility ailments are treated. We are specialist in natural fertility and IVF treatment.

We treat all type of infertility cases with natural herbs and modern diagnostic machines. We dissolve fibroids and tube blockage without any surgical operation no matter the size. Our IVF treatment has over 90% success guaranteed.

At GVM fertility centre, there has been series of women of ages between 47, 55 and 64 whom got delivered and healed from infertility ailments, conceived and delivered safely after treatment without any surgical operation. Also with men of ages ranging between 40, 50 and 73 who by Gods grace got treated and healed from low/no sperm count at all, weak erection and the likes.

Age has never been a barrier in both males and in females at GVM Fertility Centre, because God is our healer.

For any issue regarding infertility in both male and female. Infertility Diseases like;
– Fibroid treated without operation
– Female fertility treatment
– Male fertility treatment
– No sperm at all treatment
– Low sperm count treatment
– Ovarian cyst treatment
– Blocked tube treatment (female)
– No menses correction and treatment
– Endomentrous
– Weak erection without operation
– Hypertension and stroke
– Infection treatment
– Ann ovulation
– Endocrine
– Endometriosis
– Detoxification
– No egg treatment (female)
– Base kit
– Herbal soap
– Irregular menses
– Scan
– Blood group check 
– Sperm count and culture
– Genotype
– Urine culture
– Fasting blood sugar test
– Random blood sugar test
– Imbalance semen
– Inaccurate semen
– Liver
– Ovulation tracking
– IVF treatment 
– And many other diseases responsible for infertility.
All these are treated without surgical operation…

Enough is enough; it’s high time you too become a parent of your own children. Visit GVM fertility Centre today and your barrenness shall become history. At GVM Fertility Centre our testifiers have been speaking for us for decades. God is our healer. Come and you shall be fruitful.

For more enquiries regarding any infertility issues, contact GVM Chief Gynaecologist (Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana) by dropping your enquiries on the (Dr) Whatsapp account through 08037515187 07059515354 or Call. For more details / information

Headquarter Ibadan Address: Temitope Bus Stop, Behind Total Filling Station. Old Ife Road Adegbayi Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria.

Locate and contact GVM fertility Center Lagos branch through (Dr Mercy Ogunmola Akintunde) GVM Lagos Gynaecologist on 08104977655, 07039174817(Both call and Whatsapp). For detailed enquiries on infertility issues and treatment
Lagos Address: No 7 Oladiipo Dunmoye Street, Oke Ira Nla. Langbasa Etiosa Local Government Ajah Lagos State Nigeria.

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