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Ubi Q 300 Tablets For Infertility
Is there a pill alternative to vastecomy for men? If yes, what are some of the medications to make a male infertile. Thanks
Reframe question: Only a small number of men benefit from medication to improve fertility. If the man does not have reproductive hormones, then replacement (injections) can allow him to produce sperm. Some men who take steroids have few or no sperm - stop hormones and sperm return. Usually poor quality sperm do not benefit from tablets. See a specialist for more details. Best wishes. ...Read more
Ttc and came of pill in jan. Periods were ok til 3 month ago! Cycles have been 7 weeks 6 weeks. Before that were 28 days! Worried I am infertile help!
Several: In women, it causes the brain to increase production of FSH to either try to grow and egg if none normally grow or to sometimes grow an extra egg. In men it can help to increase sperm count in certain situations ...Read more
How does the morning pill affects the ovulation period if taken on day 19 (28 days cycle)? Am I in my infertile time (day 24) or is my cycle affected?
I'm bleeding normally now but was on the pill non-stop (without window) for 5 years. Am I infertile?
Dr I have been trying to fall pregnant for the last 4months but always fail, I used morning after pill more thn 8 times last year, am I infertile?
Pregnancy: Please set up an appointment with your obstetrician and appropriate care will be given. ...Read more
Does the birth control pill make you gain weight or become infertile? I am 18 and have been on it for 3-4 years
Oral contraceptives: Birth control pills are designed to stop ovarian function temporarily and hence there effects are reversible even after long term use including fertility though it may take a few cycles unless there are underlying issues at the time bcp were initiated regards weight gain they do have a high level of estrogen which can cause fluid retention despite myths there should not be a gain of more than few. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with hpv, I have persistent ovarian cysts and take birth control. Should I take a break from the pill? Scared of infertility
R irregular periods an issue of concern fr future pregnancy n related problems? Will consumption of contraceptive pill lead to future infertility?
Is there a birth control pill that causes infertility? I was pregnant in 2009 and had my son september 2009. He passed away of sids at 3 months. Since then I was on birth control for a year and since then me and my husband have been trying to conceive. We
No: While birth control pills sometimes can delay your cycles and the return of fertility, it does not cause infertility. In some situations the pills may actually help you get pregnant just after you stop them. If you have been trying to get pregnant for a year or your cycles are regular, it is time to seek out help. ...Read more
If you have been having sex for one year and not doing anything to prevent pregnancy, then you are considered infertile.
Some couples just take longer to get pregnant, it doesn't mean there is any problem.
If the woman is over 35, we recommend testing after 6 month, you don't have to wait a full year. ...Read more
Basic Infertility: Many different causes contribute to infertility. There are male factors (sperm), ovary factors (the making and releasing of eggs), and factors that interfere with the sperm and egg joining (endometriosis, blockage in the tubes or uterus, etc). There are also less common and unknown factors. A careful evaluation by a GYN specialist can help most couples. ...Read more
Possibly: Some forms of infertility are hereditary. For instance some forms of male infertility have genetic components that are automatically passed to male children (y chromosome microdeletions). Endometriosis definitely has a hereditary component. Pcos also runs in families. And fragile x which can affect egg production is hereditary as well. The vast majority of time infertility is not hereditary. ...Read more
Multiple: At age 44 many women are infertile due to having higher rates of chromosomal abnormalities in their eggs. This is a normal aging process in women. Males over 40 also have slightly higher rates of infertility due to age but age affects females much more. Other causes are blocked tubes, pcos, endometriosis and medical issues such as obesity and thyroid disease. ...Read more
It depends: For younger women (younger than 35), we can use the traditional definition of 1 year or trying to conceive. For women 35-40, 6 months is enough time to consider seeing a specialist for an evaluation. And for women older than 40, it is important to seek help as soon as you are ready! ...Read more
Top diagnoses: Top reasons: 1) male infertility, tied with 2) female ovulatory dysfunction, followed by 3) tubal disease (female.) 'infertility' is defined by unprotected intercourse for one year. This is based on observing 85% of normal couples conceive in that time. ...Read more
Infertile: If you are concerned regarding fertility, quite simply, see a Board Certified Gynecologist. The workup will involve Semen Analysis, Blood Hormone profiles, an ultrasound, an XRAY to view the uterine cavity and to see if your tubes are open. In addition, a full history and physical exam will be performed including a pap smear and screening for sexually transmitted infections. ...Read more
Many: There are so many different causes of infertility but 50% of those causes come from the female and 50% come from the male. The definition of infertility is > than one year of unprotected sex and > than 6 months if you are 35 or older. You should consult your gyn to discuss a basic work-up which includes a sperm test, check for ovulation, check that your tubes are open, hormone levels are normal. ...Read more
Pelvic pain: There are many signs that might hint that you have an infertility problem these include pelvic pain (seen with fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic adhesions) history of irregular or absent cycles (not ovulating), heavy periods (polyps, fibroids), history of pelvic infections or ectopic pregnancy, excessive hair growth, breast discharge, age greater than 35, obesity, and poor diet. ...Read more
Fertility evaluation: Infertility evaluation involves confirmation of ovulation, patency of fallopian tubes, and assessment of sperm characteristics. Abnormalities in any one of these may make it more difficult to conceive, even with history of previous live birth (s). This evaluation can be started by seeing your ob/gyn or an infertility specialist. ...Read more
It depends: The primary test for men is the semen analysis, best done by a fertility specialist. For women, you can do your own ovulation predictor kit and see if you are ovulating. There is an office test called femvue to see if your fallopian tubes are open. There are also blood tests to evaluate your hormones. You may enjoy my book tick tock www. Ticktock. Ws, about my own infertility journey. ...Read more
Many things can.: Things that can cause infertility in men include overall health, sexually transmitted infections, lifestyle choices such as smoking and alcohol and drug use, obesity, testicular injury, exposure to chronic high heat, and reproductive toxins in the workplace such as heavy metal exposure, radiation, and pesticides. ...Read more
Many reasons: Problems with the fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus and/or sperm are the major reasons. I see that you are 45 years old---age is probably a major factor. Go to this website to read about causes of infertility, the basic infertility evaluation, and treatment options as it won't all fit here http://www. Rockymountainfertility. Com. I would see a fertility doctor immediately. ...Read more
We wish we knew.: One reason rates appear higher than the traditional figure (15% of couples being 'infertile') is that more are delaying trying to conceive (ttc) till >35 years. However, that does not explain all cases. The typical medical causes are blocked fallopian tubes, poor ovulation response (hormonal, other factors), inadequate sperm production (number, form, motion). Follow for ways to enhance chances. ...Read more