There are many factors which can cause infertility in women, such as hormones, illness, disease, complications from surgery or even the reproductive system. Infertility in the woman alone accounts for approximately one-third of all infertility cases.
Men account for another third. The remaining one third is attributed to fertility issues in both the man and woman, combined, or unknown or undetermined causes.
These unknown causes of infertility are often caused by environmental or behavioral factors which may be easy to resolve. There are many companies which provide the best books on pregnancy.
Understanding what these factors are is important and ensuring that your lifestyle is healthy and conducive to becoming pregnant is an important step in overcoming infertility.
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Adjusting your environment and behavior to become pregnant more easily may be the least expensive way to battle infertility and there are some good resources online or in books which can help you along which can help you to understand simple things you're doing in your daily life.
Although adjusting lifestyle and environmental factors can help anyone who is trying to conceive, there are conditions which may further prevent women from becoming pregnant. Some of these conditions include:
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
PID is a term associated with the inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes and/or ovaries and is caused primarily by STIs which cause infection within the female reproductive system.
Specifically, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are main culprits associated with PID. Although there may be other causes, regular gynecological exams and/or STI screenings, could be the best way to avoid developing PID.
Fibroids are the most commonly occurring benign tumor in women. Fibroids are relatively common, affecting up to 20% of women. However, Fibroids are much more common in women over 30 years of age.