Abu Dhabi – Sky News Arabic Fertility problems affect many women, and infertility prevents them from forming a family with which they have been associated for a long time, and infertility is common for several reasons, according to Standard Media.
If the fallopian tube is damaged or is not working efficiently due to clogging, it will prevent the sperm from reaching the egg for fertilization, and this condition also makes it difficult for the fertilized egg to reach the uterus.
The tissue lining the uterus can grow on the outside and these tissues often grow in the ovaries and fallopian tubes, causing irregular menstruation and inability to reproduce as well.
Embolism is a hormonal disorder that causes small ulcers at the edges of the external ovary and leads to more than normal male hormones, often causing irregularities in the cycle and increasing the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Many women suffer from fibrosis problems, which is a muscle growth in the uterus that may be non-cancerous, fibroids usually grow on the lining of the uterus and into the cavity, and rarely extend to its outer surface.
Thyroid hormone is the key to regulating ovulation in women, which plays an important role in the formation of pregnancy and therefore the low level of thyroid hormone can lead to ovulation of the ovary, causing infertility.
Number and quality of eggs
Women's ovaries produce a different number of eggs each time, and sometimes the eggs are not highly efficient for pregnancy success due to several factors, including the age that affects the quality of eggs.