reproductive health


Question by  bala30 (26)

What could cause infertility?

My husband and I are facing infertility and need some answers.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

In infertility, about fifty per cent is the woman's fault and fifty per cent the man's. A low sperm count or scarred fallopian tubes are just two reasons.


Answer by  bobby21 (26)

You can have your tubes tied. you can have one of your ovaries cut off. You can have a abnormally low amount of eggs. He may be sterile. He may have a low sperm count


Answer by  anniekiefera (359)

There are billions of reasons why you could be experiencing infertility. Anything from a low sperm count and/or atrophy in the women can cause it.


Answer by  sonyacarlson (695)

There are so many possibilities, it is best to seek professional help. It could be you or your husband and there is no way to tell without tests. If you have been trying for over 6 months and your periods are regular, go for an evaluation. Do it now!


Answer by  John (9008)

There are many possible causes, and both you and your husband need to see a doctor to find out what is wrong. Stress can actually decrease fertility, and it might be as simple as that. Other problems could include cysts, fibroids, hormonal imbalances, low sperm count, or a whole array of other possibilities, many of which are treatable.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

There are a whole host of reasons that you might have trouble getting pregnant. In women, the most common is lack of ovulation. In men, lack of sperm count.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Infertility can be by genetic incompatibilities, such as matched up recessives. It can be caused by prior sexually transmitted diseases or abortions. About 20% of cases have no identifiable cause.

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