Why can’t I get pregnant?

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What is infertility?

Inability to get pregnant for 12 months without regular sexual intercourse and any contraception infertility It’s called infertility. Today, approximately one out of every seven couples is faced with this problem.

Definitions

Primary infertility:The state of having never been pregnant before.

Secondary infertility:The situation of having been pregnant before, but later encountering infertility problem.

Sterility:It is the situation where there is no chance of pregnancy in any way due to the absence of the uterus or some chromosomal diseases in the woman from birth.

When should couples consult a doctor?

If it is not possible to get pregnant despite regular sexual intercourse for one year, it is recommended that couples consult a doctor. Since the age of the woman is the most important factor affecting the success of infertility, this period may be longer in a 25-year-old woman or a woman over 35 should consult a doctor sooner. Especially those who have previously had surgery for gynecological diseases or who have a known disease or problem in themselves or their spouse can keep this period shorter (for example, 6 months).

What are the problems in couples who cannot get pregnant?

ovulation problems

Problems with tubes

Problems with sperm in men

Problems due to the age of the woman

Uterine disorders

Unexplained infertility (unexplained infertility)

Endometriosis

Among the less common causes are: The couples’ previous tube-tied tubes at their own request (can be valid for both men and women), cancer treatment (chemotherapy, radiotherapy), genetic diseases, etc.

Treatments applied to couples who cannot get pregnant can be listed as follows:

Vaccination (ovulation induction and insemination)

laparoscopic surgery

hysteroscopic surgery

IVF applications

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