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Infertility Risk Factors

Infertility Risk Factors

Many people don’t give up on sedentary lifestyle until they start trying to have a baby naturally. Infertility indicates no signs or symptoms, but it pays to know all about the habits that could trigger infertility issues in both men and women.  Infertility is a painful journey, but knowing the alarming symptoms can take off this pain from the journey of your parenthood. At Endoworld, our infertility specialist in Aurangabad has listed the factors that affect both men and women. Infertility Risks in Men Men are equally responsible for causing infertility. Our male infertility clinic in Aurangabad examine, diagnose, and treat male patients who might have: A repaired hernia Testicles that haven’t descended Infected or inflamed prostate glands Alcohol, smoking, and tobacco usage Taking medicines for ulcers or psoriasis Cystic fibrosis Premature ejaculation or blockage in the testicles Overexposure to certain environments such as radiation, chemicals, and pesticides Enlarged veins in the testicles Undergone treatment for cancer Genetic issue Family history of suffering from infertility challenges Infertility Risks in Women Certain factors affect women at some age which jeopardize her future plannings of conceiving naturally. The factors include: Endometriosis Fallopian tube disease Chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, lupus, hypertension, and arthritis Multiple miscarriages Irregular periods since puberty Abnormally shaped uterus Polyps in the uterus Any leftover scar tissue from a surgery or pelvic infection Cysts or Uterine fibroids Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) One-third of male and female, individually are responsible for causing infertility. Also, in most of the cases, both male and female partner has some issue which causes infertility. There are also some instances of “Unexplained infertility”...