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Infertility in Women

A woman is said to be infertile when she troubles getting pregnant. Infertility in women can be a result of many different reasons. These include Problems with ovulation, problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes, endometriosis, and older age (mid to late 30s and 40s).  You should get checked if you do not get pregnant even after unprotected sex for 1 year. But if you get worried before then, you should get checked sooner. And if you are older than 35 or not getting your period every month, get checked if you can't get pregnant after 6 months of trying. Depending on your age and the result of your Pap test, your doctor might order an HPV test done on the sample that he or she collected for the Pap test. HPV test checks for HPV virus that can cause cancer.

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What treatments are available to cure infertility? 

-A medicine called clomiphene
-Hormone shots
-Intrauterine insemination
-In vitro fertilization (IVF)

Do treatments always work? 

Achieving pregnancy is not guaranteed with treatments, as their effectiveness can vary from woman to woman. What might work successfully for one individual may not produce the same results for another. 

What are the situations when IVF is usually done in women?

IVF is usually done When:
 -Fallopian tubes are missing or blocked
 -Male partners have too few sperm
 -You are unable to get pregnant using other treatments

How will I know if a treatment is working? 

During your treatment, your doctor will monitor its progress through various tests conducted at different stages. These tests may involve blood analysis and ultrasound imaging.

Some Facts

Certain women may experience irregular or absent ovulation, meaning that the release of an egg from the ovary does not occur regularly or at all during their monthly cycle. Ovulation is a pivotal moment in this cycle, as it involves the release of an egg into the fallopian tube. Hormones play a crucial role in orchestrating this process. Pregnancy becomes a possibility if, during ovulation, the egg gets fertilized by sperm while traveling through the fallopian tube toward the uterus. For women aiming to conceive, the optimal time for a successful pregnancy is typically 1 to 2 days before ovulation or on the very day of ovulation itself. 

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