Infertility Signs

What is infertility exactly?

Infertility includes any and all the steps from conceiving a child to successful birth. For females, infertility is not getting pregnant and giving birth and for males it is the inability to induce a pregnancy.

What are the signs of infertility?

There are some clearer infertility signs for women including endometriosis that causes uterus lining to grow on the outside.

Bacterial infections that start around the uterus could spread to reproductive organs and cause infertility.

Fibroids indicate infertility as do tumors in the cervix that cause narrowing of the cervix.

Premature ovulation as well as late ovulation after the twentieth day of a woman’s monthly cycle, pre-menstrual spotting and menopausal symptoms, indicate a defect in the luteal phase.

Menstrual cycles irregularity are a common indication of fertility problems. However, an irregular menstrual cycle by itself is not a conclusive evidence.

Body composition like being too thin impacts the nutritional availability and changes the hormonal balance in the body that influence the ability to be pregnant

The same is true for hormonal imbalance related to obesity.

Males are not an exception to this. Obesity and anorexia could indicate infertility in males.

There are anatomical signs for infertility including undescended testicles, or damage to scrotum and the gonads.

Tight undergarments and exposing the testicles to heat damages the sperms and lowers sperm count resulting in infertility.

There may not be any “self-evident” signs pointing to infertility, and the even test may end up with unexplained fertility.

Lack of sign does not mean lack of solutions and bring in fate is not helpful. Miscarriages are the most common indicator of infertility even though technically a woman was pregnant.

Infertility Diagnosis

Consultation with a physician is on top of a sensible approach to finding the contributing cause. There are some medical tests that could help.

Hysterosalpingography – The process involves monitoring a dye that is injected into the vagina checking for blockage in the fallopian tubes or uterus.

Laparoscopy – This method could detect disease, and other physical problems are present in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, or in the uterus connected with infertility.

According to Lisa Olson, the author of, Pregnancy Miracle, infertility problem could have holistic and natural solutions.