Why all women should be aware of infertility signs

All women will ultimately have to confront infertility at some point in their lifetime.

Why all women should be aware of infertility signs

All women will ultimately have to confront infertility at some point in their lifetime.
  • Infertility is something every woman will face, regardless of the cause or severity. However, before infertility sets in, there are a host of signs and symptoms including the inability to conceive, irregular menstrual cycles, infrequent menstrual cycles and a complete lack of menstruation. If these symptoms are noticed early and given medical attention, further problems and complications can be prevented.

  • The following discussion centers on why it is crucial for every woman to pay attention to these signs and symptoms:

  • Prepare psychologically

  • Infertility, especially the mandatory one which occurs when women hit the age of around 50 years, usually results in the inability to give birth. That inability has certain side effects that can be difficult to handle. Tension between your spouse and other social pressures are just some of the psychological battles that accompany infertility. By paying attention to the warning signs of infertility, women are better equipped to deal with the inability to give birth. It also gives more time to contemplate certain alternatives, such as assisted conception or adoption.

  • Receive treatment

  • Certain cases of infertility are temporary and treatable. Being aware of uterine or cervical abnormalities, early menopause, endometriosis, hormonal imbalances and other issues can help you find the help you need. Finding treatment can eliminate these conditions and other health issues that accompany infertility.

  • Prevent other medical conditions

  • Several lifestyle practices, congenital disorders and medical conditions may be causing infertility. Excessive smoking or drinking, over-exposure to harmful radiations, birth control pills and medications, sexually transmitted diseases, ovulation disorders, and damages or blockages of the fallopian tube need to be addressed medically. While these conditions could be causing infertility, these severe disorders and medical conditions also have the potential to harm the body.

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  • Save time and money

  • It is often said that "a stitch in time, saves nine". When an issue is addressed in a timely manner, a minimal amount of money and time is spent dealing with its side effects. Being aware of the signs and symptoms of infertility helps save time and money in combating them.

  • The final verdict

  • It is very important that women pay attention to the signs and symptoms that signal the likelihood of an impending fertility or those that hint at other medical conditions. Failing to address these issues may have far-reaching consequences.

Millie Behera is the Founder & Medical Director at Bloom Reproductive Institute. She is board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology. Dr.Behera has published a number of research papers and international presentations in the field of in-vitro fertilization, non-invasive treatment of fibroids, fertility preservation therapies, and advanced robotic surgery. With the help of advanced reproduction and fertility treatments, her expert team is committed to helping patients achieve their dream of starting a family.


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