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You probably don't need to see a doctor about infertility unless you have been trying regularly to conceive for at least one year

February, 10, 2018

  • You're age 35 to 40 and have been trying to conceive for six months or longer

  • You're over age 40

  • You menstruate irregularly or not at all

  • Your periods are very painful

  • You have known fertility problems

  • You've been diagnosed with endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease

  • You've had multiple miscarriages

  • You've undergone treatment for cancer

Talk with your doctor if you're a man 

February, 10, 2018

  • You have a low sperm count or other problems with sperm

  • You have a history of testicular, prostate or sexual problems

  • You've undergone treatment for cancer

  • You have testicles that are small in size or swelling in the scrotum known as a varicocele

  • You have others in your family with infertility problems

Many of the risk factors for both male and female infertility are the same

February, 13, 2018

  • Age. A woman's fertility gradually declines with age, especially in her mid-30s, and it drops rapidly after age 37. Infertility in older women may be due to the number and quality of eggs, or to health problems that affect fertility. 

  • Tobacco use. Smoking tobacco or marijuana by either partner reduces the likelihood of pregnancy. Smoking also reduces the possible benefit of fertility treatment. Miscarriages are more frequent in women who smoke. Smoking can increase the risk of erectile dysfunction and a low sperm count in men.

  • Alcohol use. For women, there's no safe level of alcohol use during conception or pregnancy. Avoid alcohol if you're planning to become pregnant. Alcohol use increases the risk of birth defects, and may contribute to infertility. For men, heavy alcohol use can decrease sperm count and motility.

  • Being overweight. An inactive lifestyle and being overweight may increase the risk of infertility. A man's sperm count may also be affected if he is overweight.

  • Being underweight. Women at risk of fertility problems include those with eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia, and women who follow a very low calorie or restrictive diet.

  • Exercise issues. Insufficient exercise contributes to obesity, which increases the risk of infertility. Less often, ovulation problems may be associated with frequent strenuous, intense exercise in women who are not overweight.

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SANTHATHI CENTRE FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINENear Mangalore Nursing Home, Upper Bendoor, Mangalore, Karnataka 575002

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