Female infertility is becoming one of the most widely spread problems in recent years. Statistics shows that each third couple experiences certain difficulties planning a pregnancy. Such situation is connected not only with a constantly deteriorating ecology but very often with individual peculiarities of the partners. We’ve prepared a list of 6 symptoms that may indicate a female infertility.
Menstrual disorders. Menstrual cycle is a process of a regular ovulation. Failures in this mechanism may be a signal of the first problems with the reproductive function. That’s why every woman should clearly know her cycle period to be able to track changes in time. The following menstrual disorders are considered to be the first symptoms of infertility:
– too strong or too poor menstrual discharge shows that something goes wrong inside a woman’s body and an immediate medical intervention is required;
– amenorrhea is the disease when menstrual bleeding is absent for more than six months, which means the complete absence of ovulation process. Clearly, there are no chances for conception in this case.
Problems with body weight. Any weight problems may be regarded as symptoms of infertility. They should make a woman think seriously about what awaits her in the future. Here are the most widespread weight problems.
Anorexia. Nowadays women want to obtain a slim figure with the aid of various diets, but during the race for an ideal body they frequently completely forget about the terrible consequences that anorexia or a dramatic weight loss may cause. This disease may trigger a suspension of ovulation since many organs do not receive enough nutrients. The consequence is the inability to conceive.
Obesity. There is another problematic group of women that forget it is important not to overeat since it may lead to obesity. Obesity may bring the same results as anorexia, namely, the end of ovulation and the inability to conceive.
Sharp weight fluctuations. Some diets are actually very effective and many girls sometimes lose too many kilograms during a short time. An opposite phenomenon may also happen. When the diet is over and some weight is lost, a very rapid weight gain begins. Both these cases are a significant stress to the organism and a hormonal failure may be one of its possible responses.