Female infertility treatment is vital for them who are trying to get pregnant but are still unsuccessful despite for more than year of unprotected intercourse. Therefore, it is vital for couples to seek for medical treatment.
Primary infertility is when couple is trying to convince for more than one year of unprotected intercourse.
Secondary infertility is when they have previously conceived but are no longer able to.
SURGICAL PROCESS FOR WOMEN
If the fallopian tubes are blocked or scarred, surgical repair may take it easier for eggs to pass through.
• ENDOMETRIOSIS: Endometriosis may be treated through laparoscopic surgery. A small incision is made in the abdomen and a thin, flexible microscope with a light at the end called a laparoscope is inserted through it. The surgeon can remove implants and scar tissues, and this may reduce the pain and aid fertility.
• INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION (IUI): IUI is commonly done when a man has low sperm count, decrease sperm motility, or when infertility does not have an identical cause. It can also help if a man have severe erectile dysfunction.
IN-VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF): Sperms are placed with unfertilised eggs in a petri dish, where fertilisation can take place. The embryo is then placed in the uterus begin a pregnancy. Sometimes the embryo is frozen for future use.
• INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION(ICSI): A single sperm is injected into a egg to achieve fertilisation during IVF procedure. The likelihood or fertilisation improves significantly for men with low sperm concentration.
• SPERM OR EGG DONATION: If necessary, sperm or eggs can be received from a donor. Fertility treatment with donor eggs is usually done using IVF.
• ELCTRIC OR VIBRATORY STIMULATION TO ACHEIVE EJACULATION: Ejaculation is achieved with electric or VIBRATORY stimulation. This can help a man, who can’t ejaculate normally due to problem in spinal cord.