You try to get pregnant for a period and when you can’t, you will investigate to see if anything is disturbing the event. He discovers that he has a problem that is preventing the pregnancy from happening and that he needs treatment. And now? What are the main fertility problems and the treatments to get pregnant in each case? Come on!
Polycystic Ovaries: Unfortunately, one of the most recurrent problems among women who want to get pregnant or not. Polycystic ovaries happen due to an accumulation of estrogen in the body that makes the eggs not reach the necessary maturity or the ideal size to leave the follicle . They seem to be ‘cross-stitch’ and park on the ovaries. Low progesterone and insulin resistance are two important factors to be studied in these cases. If necessary, the doctor will help with metformin and synthetic progesterone supplementation. If necessary, he can prescribe a contraceptive to ” rest ” the ovaries and, thus, be able to start from scratch with ovulation. Renewed ovaries also renew the chances of getting pregnant.
Endometriosis: The diagnosis that takes the woman off the floor and leads to the abyss. Not to mention the countless pains that the problem causes, infertility being affected, is a frequent one. Endometriosis is nothing more than the endometrium ( menstrual blood) that accumulates outside the correct location , deep inside the uterus, on the inside. It can affect several places, outside the uterus, the tubes, abdominal cavity and several places close to the uterus, including the intestine. The treatments to get pregnant in these situations are in several ways, medicated, surgical and also external, such as IVF or artificial insemination.
Drug treatment can be the basis of Danazol and Dienogeste . It is also possible to use levonorgestrel-based IUDs , medications to stop menstruation and then reduce endometriosis. The surgical treatment of endometriosis is laparoscopy, only the doctor can direct the patient to this procedure, which in most cases eliminates endometriosis, even if only temporarily so that the woman can try to conceive. IVF, for example, is a common procedure in women who suffer from endometriosis and, fortunately, in several successful cases. The problem with getting pregnant from those who have endometriosis is not a lack of follicles, but rather in fixing the embryo . This problem must be dealt with properly before attempts begin.
Anovulation: Many women do not know, but suffer from anovulation. Anovulation is a silent problem, but it shows some signs that it is present. The woman just doesn’t ovulate! Whether for hormonal or even emotional reasons, the cycle goes out of control and this woman, who apparently has a normal cycle (even if unregulated), starts to have problems with the absence of menstruation, changes in the aspect of the flow, etc.
In these specific cases, doctors may suggest medications to stimulate ovulation . They are the famous ones based on oral Clomiphene for 5 days or the injectables, much stronger than these sold in all pharmacies, but which still need medical monitoring. In some specific cases, the doctor chooses to do more detailed investigation of what may be happening and then, prescribe drugs to treat the cause of anovulation instead of forcing it to happen to inducers. Both treatments are effective.
Treatment To Get Pregnant – Man Needs Them Too!
For anyone who imagines that the responsibility for getting pregnant lies solely with the woman, he is sadly mistaken. Men also have problems with fertility and some, quite severe like oligospermia for example. Most problems are detected using a spermogram, if you identify problems, the doctor will treat them. So, it is in these cases that treatments to get pregnant come into play.
Varicocele: a recurrent problem among men that directly affects fertility, varicocele is a problem in the scrotum glands. The veins tighten and reduce the amount of sperm produced and can even zero. This problem has 3 degrees and can be treated according to them . The first degree of varicocele is simple, medicated. The second depends on the doctor’s evaluation, but it is possible that you may need surgery. The third degree is surgical treatment for the degree that it reaches fertility.
Low Motility: Low motility is a very common problem. Nowadays, the quality of life of men is not such things. Too much sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, daily stress, worries and also clothing (100% of clothing designers think about style and not health) and then, they can cooperate to harm male fertility. Balancing life, food and taking more vitamins collaborates a lot. It is also possible to ingest targeted and specific vitamins such as vitamin ” E ” for example .
But a fundamental point of low motility is the temperature of the scrotum, the sac. If the man has a routine which uses tight pants, of thick fabrics and is a smoker for example, it collaborates a lot for low motility. The ideal is to leave the scrotum as environmentally friendly as possible, without leaving the testicles in a mini sauna. So, whenever possible, replace the jeans with a lighter fabric, the underwear tightened by boxers and sleeping without underwear is also excellent.
There are several problems to be addressed, however these are the most recurring issues here on the website. If you have a suggestion, just leave it in the comments!
See also: When Should You Check Your Fertility?
My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.