There are many causes of decreased fertilization ability, also called infertility, and in many cases you will find no reason why a couple cannot have children. Some known causes of infertility among men is the low number of sperm or non-functioning sperm in the semen. Infertility in women can have many causes. Some known causes are lack of ovulation or blocked fallopian tubes. Severe endometriosis, a disorder where parts of the uterine lining outside the uterus, finds himself is also a common cause of infertility in women.
Primary infertility is called mode, if the woman has never been pregnant. Secondary infertility is when the woman has been pregnant before. In young, healthy couples is the probability to achieve fertilization in the course of a menstrual period 20-25% and in the course of 1 year approximately 90%. As the years pass, it reduces a woman’s ability to become pregnant, and the risk of miscarriage increases. After age 35, the proportion of successful treatments for infertility falls significantly.
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Artificial insemination, insemination, involves the sperm is placed in the woman’s womb in order to better the chance of fertilization. This happens after carefully has charted the time of ovulation. The woman can also get hormone replacement therapy. In a few cases, pre-treated semen, to make it more fertile. This can among other things be topical in men with reduced sperm count and by relation, which prevents the couple from having completed a normal sexual intercourse. In individual cases, donor sperm (semen from another man) is used, if the couple wants it. Artificial insemination can also be the test treatment or egg donation.