The biggest causes of infertility in women often involve physical health issues that often have a wide variety of forms, but have the same short range of remedies. For a woman to truly break free from her infertility, she needs to know what’s causing it, and devise a way to ensure that it doesn’t keep hunting her for the rest of her life.
The first step to knowing is to give your doctor a small visit. Infertility in women often comes from ovulation disorders, uterine issues, age, pre-existing health problems, and overall physical unfitness. With a few simple and cheap tests, your doctor can determine whether any of the more common causes for infertility are preventing you from conceiving, or if there’s anything more serious that you should be aware of. By knowing the answer to the simple problem of “what’s causing it all,” you are giving yourself a few targeted options to take in the long run.
Once you know what’s causing the infertility, take the time to solve the problem. Solving the problem could either mean taking some medications, going on certain fertility diets, increasing overall physical wellness, active monitoring of physical statistics such as basal body temperature and menstrual cycles, or a combination of some or all of these options.
Women who have ovulation disorders and uterine issues are often prescribed medications to improve their hormonal balance. A good hormonal balance will promote the regularization of a woman’s menstrual cycle, and increase uterine wall thickness — a problem that tends to become more pronounced with age.
Along with these treatments, a woman could also be subjected to fertility diets and overall lifestyle changes so to counteract the effects of age, the environment, and any other external factors that may affect a woman’s fertility adversely. Lastly, with active monitoring, you give yourself the benefit of knowing when you have the greatest probability of conceiving successfully: use these odds to your advantage, and you can even counteract the disadvantages of certain adverse factors, such as age and physical health, that you might have.
The above-stated problems and solutions are targeted for those that are most commonly being experienced by women today. Some cases might be more serious, and may require more drastic measures such as surgery and artificial fertilization. However, it is still important to note that the general solutions are still practical to take no matter how serious or mild your causes of infertility might be, as these simply lead to a healthier you.