Infertility Conditions

Male Infertility
Male Infertility

Male partners can be equally the cause of Infertility as the females. Infertility is the condition in which a couple does not attain pregnancy, despite having regular intercourse without using any contraceptives.

Common Infertility
Common Infertility

There are a lot of common factors which can affect both partners resulting in their inability to conceive.

Factors Causing Infertility

Eggs may demonstrate poor morphology, or may have problems with maturation, or with fertilization, proper cleavage, etc.

Ovulation Problems
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency

The sperm in semen are of great importance, and therefore semen quality involves both sperm quantity and quality

Oligospermia NOA
Obstructive Azoospermia

In tubal disorder the fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged. Uterine disorder are many and could be a result of

Fallopian Tube Obstruction
Cervical & Uterine Factors

Gene is a basic unit of inheritance and genes are inherited from parents to children and contain the information needed to specify traits

Genetic Disorders
Klinefelter’s Syndrome

Age affects both man’s and woman’s chance of having a succesful pregnancy and it is important to understand the impact of age on fertility

Age & Reproductive Health
Hormone Level Imbalance

Lifestyle can have profound effects on the reproductive functions of women and men. Lifestyle factors are modifiable habits and ways of life

Obesity Diabetes
Vitamin D Deficiency

Dr. Fatemi Speaks on Infertility Conditions

Infertility effects approximately 15-20 % of the world population and its incidence varies geographically and there are different causes of infertility across the globe. In almost 10-30 % of the cases there is a problem with both partners. In 30-40 % of the cases the male is the primary cause and so are females in about the same percentage. In 10-20 % cases which we term as Idiopathic Infertility the cause is unknown...

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