What are the causes of infertility in women

 There are three main causes of female infertility:

First, there is ovulation disorder. If the ovaries cannot ovulate normally or the follicles do not grow long, or the follicles do not grow out, this is a problem, and it will cause infertility, because the source of the child is sperm and eggs.

Second, it is the factor of the fallopian tube, because sperm and eggs need to achieve the process of fertilization and early embryonic development in the fallopian tube. If the fallopian tubes are blocked, it is like the magpie bridge between the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl is broken. If the sperm and eggs cannot meet, it is impossible to get pregnant. Therefore, the fallopian tubes are blocked or their functions are limited. Inflammation, etc., these are fallopian tube factors.

3. There may be factors in the uterus. In the endometrium, such as polyps, severe inflammation, adhesions, and submucosal fibroids, all of which affect the endometrium’s acceptance of embryos, that is, The embryo cannot take root, implant, and sprout in the uterus, which will cause female infertility at this time.

In general, in order to get pregnant, the fallopian tubes must be unobstructed, the endometrial environment is good, and ovulation can be achieved.

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