Types of Infertility

Types of Infertility

Postby Gift1 on 03 Aug 2012, 12:08

Infertility can be describe as appearing in two types, which are acquired and Genetic. Acquired infertility is when individual risk factors such as lifestyle, location etc, leads to infertility, intrauterine exposure during fetal development also counts as a form of acquired infertility as it may present itself many years later as an adult. In comparison to genetic infertility which is passed down through a families gene pool,through generations.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Louis on 03 Aug 2012, 12:12

Hey Gift1,I am so impressed with your explaination on types of infertility. I will also like to add that, within these categories can be found;
Primary Infertility – when someone who has never conceived a child previously has difficulty conceiving
Secondary Infertility- when someone has had one or more babies in the past but is having difficulty conceiving again.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Red on 18 Dec 2012, 17:26

What is infertility?
Infertility is defined as a disease of the reproductive system that impairs the body's ability to perform the basic function of reproduction. When a man or woman become infertile he/she will not be productive except with the help of a medical aid. :D :? :idea: :evil: :)
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Ted on 18 Dec 2012, 17:31

Who is affected by infertility and the risk factors for men regarding infertility? :D :? :cry: :idea: :arrow: :evil:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Red on 18 Dec 2012, 17:40

Really, About one-third of infertile couples have more than one cause or factor related to their inability to conceive. About 20 percent have no identifiable cause for their infertility after medical investigation.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Peet on 18 Dec 2012, 17:42

The average chance to conceive for a normally fertile, healthy, young couple having regular, unprotected intercourse is approximately 20 percent during each menstrual cycle. This should be greatly noted in our life, both men and women.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Derick Sam on 18 Dec 2012, 17:44

In conceiving a child, the following must depends on the proper function of many factors which are; production of healthy sperm by the man, production of healthy eggs by the woman, unblocked fallopian tubes that allow the sperm to reach the egg, the sperm's ability to fertilize the egg, the ability of the fertilized egg to become implanted in the uterus and adequate embryo quality. :idea: :arrow: :evil: :cry:
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Zara 11 on 18 Dec 2012, 17:50

Although conceiving a child may seem to be simple and natural, the physiological process is quite complicated and depends on the proper function of many factors.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Ted on 18 Dec 2012, 17:52

To you smokers, i want you to know that smoke causes infertility. It contain nicotine thereby affecting the entire body system of a man. When it become accumulated in the body it become dangerous. For those smoking cigarette, try as much as possible to stop it today in order to avoid infertility.
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Re: Types of Infertility

Postby Derick Sam on 18 Dec 2012, 17:55

Sperm disorder may be caused by many different conditions that will lead to infertility in man and they are infectious diseases or inflammatory conditions such as the mumps virus, endocrine or hormonal disorders such as Kallmann syndrome (an absence of or decrease in the function of the male testes) or a pituitary problem, immunological disorders in which some men produce antibodies to their own sperm, environmental and lifestyle factors and finally genetic diseases, most of which are either directly or indirectly associated with sperm abnormalities. :shock: :oops: :ugeek:
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