Causes of infertility in women
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Causes of infertility in women

 There are many possible causes of infertility. Unfortunately, in about one-third of cases no cause is ever identified.

Ovulation disorders

Problems with ovulation are the most common cause of infertility in women, experts say. Ovulation is the monthly release of an egg. In some cases the woman never releases eggs, while in others the woman does not release eggs during come cycles.

Ovulation disorders can be due to:

Scientists discover gene that may explain infertility

Scientists from the University of Edinburgh reported in the Journal of Cell Science that they identified a gene that controls a vital process in the formation of healthy fertile eggs.

They say their breakthrough will help researchers better understand how cells divide during reproduction, which in turn will help explain low fertility and sterility.

Problems in the uterus or fallopian tubes

The egg travels from the ovary to the uterus (womb) where the fertilized egg grows. If there is something wrong in the uterus or the fallopian tubes the woman may not be able to conceive naturally. This may be due to:

Medications

Some drugs can affect the fertility of a woman. These include:

Radiotherapy

If radiation therapy was aimed near the womans reproductive organs there is a higher risk of fertility problems.

Illegal drugs

Some women who take marijuana or cocaine may have fertility problems.


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