About Female infertilityby Hazel Foster Dr of Health and Fitness
Female infertility: Key factors
Main factors: AGE the decrease in fertility over time is a biological fact. The decrease chances of pregnancy occur as a result of normal changes accompanying the aging.
Women are born with a limited number of eggs, and as there is no formation of new eggs during life, this stock falls progressively with time.
In his early reproductive maturity, a woman has to 400,000 eggs; age 40, the number has dropped to less than 50,000.
When it reaches menopause, falls nearly to zero. In addition, as women age, the quality of their eggs worsens and they start to have lower fertilization capacity.
CHANGES IN THE HORNS
The tubal blockages, also called oviducts, are probably the champions in the incidence of female infertility.
Can occur as sequel of infections and endometriosis are caused intentionally or by sterilization
The horns play a decisive role in fertilization,
because this is where the meeting takes place the egg and the sperm.
After fertilization, the tubes also have the function of leading the newly formed embryo to the uterus.
Therefore, there can be no obstacle in the way, both for the arrival of the sperm to the egg as the embryo for the journey to the "home" that will host its development during pregnancy. TACK Pelvic Inflammation and infections resulting from surgery in the peritoneum
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