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Causes of infertility in women

Women can be affected by the following fertility disorders:
Oocyte maturation failure
This is a hormonal malfunction inside the ovaries. The female menstrual cycle is controlled by a large number of hormones. A hormonal imbalance can negatively affect oocyte maturation, as well as the ovulation process and the formation of the corpus luteum. In case of an insufficiency of progesterone, getting pregnant can be difficult.

Fallopian tube infertility
The fallopian tubes are used by sperm to reach the egg and for fertilised eggs to reach the uterine cavity. When they are blocked, the eggs or sperm may not be able to pass through.

Endometriosis
Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial-like cells outside the uterine cavity. Such growths can appear inside the peritoneum, the ovaries or the fallopian tubes and lead to infertility.

Alterations of the uterus and the cervix
Problems of infertility can be caused by scarred tissue after surgery or inflammations. Uterine fibroids or myomas (benigne muscle tumors) can lead to infertility or cause miscarriages.

Polycystic Ovaries (PCOs)
This common metabolic disorder is often accompanied by high levels of male hormones and the presence of numerous ovaric cysts can cause infertility problems.
 
 
 

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