Causes of Female infertility a woman has the inability to get pregnancy, because of Ovulation disorders, obstructed fallopian tubes or immunological factors. Causes of Female infertility are:
One of the most common causes of female infertility can be the age. As the woman grows old, her ability to conceive a child reduces. The reproductive organs that are ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, etc. get weak and are not able to receive the male reproductive genes. It becomes difficult for the woman to conceive a child after a certain age because after she hits the menopause, the release of egg stops, thereby eliminating the possibility of accepting male donor. This is one of the most common reasons for infertility. If infertility is caused due to growing age, it cannot be cured.
Another reason could be improper ovulation. Female’s reproductive health is highly dependent on how she ovulates. If the period is irregular that means, the reproductive capability of the woman may or may not be very strong. One of the most common reasons for improper ovulation is extreme stress or intense body workout. It can also be caused due to improper hormonal changes, alcohol or drugs overdose or sometimes due to a cyst. Excess weight sometimes contributes to the problem too. The fat content in the body hinders the process of hormonal changes and thereby hindering the process of ovulation. On the contrary, if you are working out intensely to reduce body fat, it will harm the process of ovulation too.
Damaged Fallopian tubes are also one of the causes. There could be an inflammatory disease in your pelvic region that is causing the damage in fallopian tubes. Fallopian tubes can be damaged due to scars in the region. It can be caused by carelessness during intercourse or foreign objects. Fallopian tubes could be damaged from birth due to the defect. They can also be damaged due to a medical illness that would have prevailed for a long time.
A problem with the uterus may be bleeding between periods time or after sex, it leads to the womb in the uterus. It affects hormones, thyroid problems, fibroids, polyps, cancer, and pregnancy.