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The couple's Infertility

Over the past 15 years, the Biovital group has been working to solve the problems of conception, the inability of men and women to have a child.

Natural Treatment :

More than 90% of the cases of women between 25 and 37 years of age have been successfully completed, the other categories according to their medical histories. At BIOVITAL? Our treatment resides on the medecines plants, a conbinarsons of several natural plants without side effects.Our success is based on ..: (Medical Report + Appropriate Treatment + Follow-up = Efficiency).

 

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INFERTILITY: WhatIs All About?

 

Infertility is the inability of a couple to conceive a child. Infertility or Sterility occurs when a couple who has frequent sex and does not use contraception fails to procreate for at least one year (or six months when the woman is over 35). Infertility can be very difficult for couples who wish to become parents but fail to do so. This disability can have significant psychological impacts. There are many 100% natural treatments to fight against infertility that can save a couple from becoming parents.

 

Even if the data are lacking, it seems that more and more women are experiencing difficulties in becoming pregnant and that they are also taking longer. Environmental or infectious factors could be responsible for this evolution. Overweight is also pointed out. It is also important to know that fertility decreases with age. However, women are expecting their first child later and later, which could also explain why infertility problems are becoming more frequent.

 

The Causes

 

The causes of infertility are very varied and may concern men, women or both partners. In one third of cases, infertility concerns the male only, in another third, it concerns only the female and, in the remaining third, it concerns both.

 

In the Man

 

Male infertility is mainly due to too low production (oligospermia) or total absence (azoospermia) of sperm in semen. Azoospermia may be due to a lack of testicular production or obstruction of the channels that allow sperm to migrate. Sperm may also be malformed (teratospermia) or immobile (asthenospermia). The sperm then can no longer reach the oocyte and penetrate it. The man may also suffer from premature ejaculation problems. He can then ejaculate at the slightest excitement, often even before penetrating his partner. The painful sexual relationship for the woman can also prevent penetration. In case of retrograde ejaculation, the sperm is sent to the bladder and not to the outside. More general disorders such as obesity, excessive consumption of alcohol or tobacco also limit male fertility. Finally, some cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy sometimes limit sperm production.

 

In the woman

 

The causes of infertility are still multiple. Some women may suffer from ovulation abnormalities. Ovulation may be non-existent (anovulation) or of poor quality. With these abnormalities, no oocytes are produced and fertilization cannot take place. Fallopian tubes, which are located between the ovaries and the uterus and allow the embryo to migrate to the uterine cavity, can be obstructed (for example, in case of salpingitis, an inflammation of the tubes or a problem of adhesion following surgery). The woman may have endometriosis, uterine fibroid, or polycystic ovary syndrome, which is a hormonal imbalance that causes cysts on the ovaries and is manifested by irregular menstruation and infertility. Drugs, such as cancer treatments, can cause infertility. Thyroid problems and hyperprolactinemia may also be responsible. This increase in the level of prolactin, a hormone present during breastfeeding, can affect ovulation.

 

 

The Diagnosis

In case of infertility, it is necessary to try to find its cause. The various tests offered can be long. The specialists start by checking the couple's general health; they also talk about their sexual life. In about one-third of cases, the couple's infertility remains unexplained.

 

The Huhner test is a test to be performed a few hours after sexual intercourse. It allows to check the quality of cervical mucus, a substance produced by the uterus that allows the sperm to move better and reach the uterus.

 

In humans, one of the first tests consists in analyzing the content of the sperm: the sperm count, their mobility, appearance, abnormalities, etc. We are talking about spermogram. In case of detected abnormalities, an ultrasound of the genitals can be requested. Doctors also check if the ejaculation is normal. Hormonal tests, such as a testosterone dosage, from a blood sample are frequently performed.

 

In women, the proper functioning of the reproductive organs is checked. The doctor also ensures that the menstrual cycle is normal. Blood tests to check the amount of hormones present ensure that the woman ovulates well. A hysterosalpingography allows to clearly visualize the uterine cavity and the fallopian tubes. This examination allows the injection of a contrast agent to detect a possible blockage at the level of the tubes. A laparoscopy, an operation that allows to visualize the interior of the abdomen and therefore, the ovaries, the fallopian tubes and the uterus, can be prescribed in case of suspicion of infertility. It can be used to detect endometriosis. A pelvic ultrasound can also detect abnormalities of the uterus, tubes or ovaries. Genetic testing may be necessary to detect a genetic origin to infertility.

 

 

In summary

 

If you feel head pain | stretching of nerves | eye pain | skin itching | chest pain | stomach pain | low stomach pain | bloating stomach | urinating pain | frequent urination | pain during intercourse | testicular pain | urethral discharge | acute constipation | general itching | urethral discharge | painful and unstable ruler | rash | back pain | fever | cramps | joint pain | chocking | weight loss | lack of appetite | gastric reflux and others..

 

Contact: +27836839773

 

DR SEUNKAM W.D (000 11364/001)

Researcher on Tropical Medicinal Plants