SOLUTIONS, CAUSES AND HOW TO PREVENT INFERTILITY IN FEMALE
It is the inability or failure of the female to conceive after a year and four months of regular sexual activity during the time of ovulation (unprotected sex).
OVULATION: Each growth of a ripe egg (oval) occasionally two is released from one of the ovaries-the ripe egg begins to travel down the fallopian tube. It is here that it may be fertilized by the man out of the body through the vagina. It is known as menstruation.
Conception: A woman is most likely to conceive just after she ovulates. When and egg is released from her ovary, it is then fertilized by sperm. Over million sperm is released from a man and it is ejaculated ones. Most of the sperm leak out of the vagina but some to swim up through the cervix. One sperm may then join with the egg and fertilize egg (embryo) moves slowly down into the fallopian tube then the woman misses her period.
- canaries if the mucus remains thick and the sperm are unable to swim or if the fallopian tube has anti-bodies that attack the sperm.
- Ovary may fail to produce mature eggs or may be unable to released mature egg.
- If either or both of the fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged, thereby preventing the sperm or egg from meeting which causes infertility?
- The uterus may contain fibroid and its lining may contain endometrioses.
- Failure to ovulate
- Hormonal imbalance
- Ovarian problem /infections
- Pelvic inflammatory diseases
- Bed control pills
- Structural problem (the shape of the fallopian tubes)
- The imbalance of progesterone which is necessary for fertilized egg may cause miscarriage if it is for short time, the egg may not survive
- Make sure you know the cause of the undergoing an It test to understand the cause when the cause is detected, you find a solution but if you find boost the immune system.
- If it is caused by hormonal imbalance, balance your hormone with food that balances the hormone e.g. pawpaw and its seed, watermelon and its seed.
- Try the it solution therapy.
- Put your trust in God.