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one-third of infertility cases are female factor infertility
, one-third are male factor, and the remaining third involve problems on both sides, or unexplained causes.
The cause of infertility in women usually involves problems with ovulation. Signs of ovulation difficulties include non-existent or irregular menstrual cycles. Other causes of female infertility
include birth defects within the uterus, uterine fibroids, and blocked fallopian tubes.
The cause of infertility in men can usually be traced to problems with the production of sperm. Men who produce no sperm suffer from a condition called azoospermia
, and those with a low sperm count
suffer from oligospermia
. In addition, blocked reproductive tracts, malformed sperm, or inactive sperm can be a cause of male infertility.
So please consult your doctor for laboratory report and screen out some pathological condition..