Different Infertility Symptoms In Women

Different Infertility Symptoms In Women
Infertility means inability to get pregnant or conceive even after 12 months of continued and unprotected vaginal sexual intercourse. This in fact is one of most positive symptoms of infertility. Other conditions that are also referred to as infertility are – inability of an individual to contribute to conception, or inability of a woman to remain pregnant for nine months. Research has proved that almost 40 to 50 percent infertility cases are related to women, 20 percent cases are related to men and approximately 30 to 40 percent are connected to both men and women. 

Women of reproductive age must be aware of all the symptoms of infertility. Even though the most obvious symptom is inability to conceive there are many other symptoms that could lead to infertility in women. Therefore, read on to find out more about them.

Infertility Symptoms In Women

Irregular Period

Irregular period is a sure shot sign that could eventually lead to infertility. Generally most women have their monthly period every 28 to 30 days. However, there are many who have a monthly cycle of slightly fewer or more days. Therefore, start keeping track of your monthly period once you become sure of a predictable pattern. If this is not happening, go for a checkup because this could mean trouble.

Irregular Period

Along with this you must take note of the level of bleeding and pain that you experience while menstruating. Exceptionally heavy bleeding and severe cramps could indicate the existence of some underlying issues like fibroids in the uterus or endometriosis, both of which could lead to infertility.

Problems With Ovulation

Women of reproductive age must understand signs of fertility. You must be aware of ovulation that happens every month when an egg is released from the ovary for fertilization. Your ovulating cycle should be normal.

Problems With Ovulation

There are some evident signs of ovulation and they are – increase in the emission of cervical mucus, increase in basal body temperature and a pain in the lower abdomen. However, lack of ovulation does not always indicate infertility.

Hormonal Problems

If you suddenly start displaying signs of menopause even though you are young, like serious mood fluctuations or decreasing sex drive could indicate hormonal imbalance.

Hormonal Problems

Fluctuations in estrogen levels commonly occur during the pre menopausal phase and there are some women who may have to go through this stage at a very young age for reasons still unknown. In this scenario you must consult your gynecologist immediately as you may have to undergo treatment to become pregnant.

Early Miscarriage

Another very obvious symptom of infertility could be an early miscarriage which means loss of fetus even before the twentieth week of gestation. In many cases miscarriages occur even before the woman becomes aware of her pregnancy.

Early Miscarriage

You may shrug it off believing that your period may be just a few days late. However, this could cost you dearly because an early miscarriage could be an indication of a genetic or hormonal problem that may lead to infertility if not dealt with fast.

Erratic Lifestyle

Apart from all this there are some lifestyle issues that could have an adverse effect on your fertility. Be careful of your weight. Being overweight or underweight could contribute to infertility. Therefore, eat healthy food and exercise regularly. Heavy smoking and alcohol consumption could give rise to symptoms of infertility. Constant fretting and worrying also may lead to infertility.

Erratic Lifestyle

Symptoms of infertility may not be the same for every woman; they may sometimes be very obvious and sometimes very vague. But being a woman of reproductive age you must know your body very well to understand those symptoms that could go against your fertility.