Female Infertility Treatment Options


Female infertility treatment can be done in various ways.

Women who’ve been tested and diagnosed with pelvic or tubal disease may undergo surgery for reconstructing her reproductive organs or try in vitro fertilisation (IVF) for conceiving. Acupuncture has proved to be very beneficial for women undergoing IVF treatment. It gives a good healthy lining to the womb, ensures adequate blood supply for nourishing endometrium of womb, nourishes the ovaries & helps develop a lot more follicles before collection.

A hysteroscope placed in uterus through cervix may be used for removing the polyps & fibroid tumours, diving scar tissue and opening the blocked tubes.

Women who experience ovulation problems can be prescribed drugs like clompiphene citrate, gonadotropins or letrozole, which may lead to ovulation. When serophene or clomid don’t work gonadotropins induce ovulation. These drugs even enhance female fertility by causing multiple eggs to ovulate during the cycle. Gonadotropin therapy can be provided for unexplained infertility or when different factors are constructed without causing pregnancy. Metformin is another kind of medication, which may normalise or restore ovulation in women who have PCOs or insulin resistance.

Intrauterine insemination is also a way by which a woman can conceive soon. It is the process where semen in collected, rinsed with special solution & placed into uterus during ovulation. Sperm are deposited into uterus via a plastic catheter, which is inserted through cervix.

Egg donation usually helps women whose ovaries do not function normally for achiecing pregnancy. It involves oocytes from ovary of the donor who has undergone ovarian stimulation by using fertility drugs. The eggs of the donor are then put together with sperm from recipient’s partner for IVF. The eggs that have fertilised as a resultant are transferred to the uterus of the recipient.

However, after a woman is diagnosed with being infertile, the likelihood for being treated successfully is fifty percent. Whether the treatment will be successful or not depends on the following factors:

  • problem’s cause
  • age of the woman
  • history of previous pregnancy
  • span of time she had been suffering from infertility issues

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