30% of infertility cases are of female origin; the other 30% are of male origin. In addition, a mixed 30% is affected by both, and the last 10% are cases of unknown origin.
The Woman Post | Carlex Araujo
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An article called "Age and Fertility: A Patient Guide" published by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine revealed that fertility changes with age. Data collected from the study indicate that age-related infertility is becoming more common. That is why many women wait until they are 30 years old to start their families. However, the report shows that fertility declines with women's age due to normal age-related egg reduction.
The findings reveal that a woman's best reproductive age is around her 20s. Women in their 30s have only a 20% chance of getting pregnant; that is, in 100 women in their 30s looking to get pregnant, only 20 will succeed. However, unlike men, the decrease in sperm deteriorates as the man ages.
The study concludes that fertility declines as women age; this process begins between the ages of 26 and 34 and falls faster at age 35. However, the onset and speed are only determined by women through their bodies.
Fertile Women Versus Fertile Men
Another study published by the Institut Marquès reveals that the way to manifest the aging of the male reproductive system is the quality of the sperm produced by the testicles. The report shows that the seminogram causes a progressive decrease in seminal volume. In addition, another critical aspect is the considerable decrease in sperm of maximum mobility; even so, age can cause lesions in the DNA chain of sperm.
The quality of sperm and their fertility is linked exclusively to lifestyle. Therefore, this way intensifies their ability to conceive. These actions are related to the lifestyle habits that the individual has, such as a balanced and healthy diet, the practice of exercise, avoiding alcohol consumption as much as possible, the importance of quitting smoking, and finally, controlling stress levels.
Dr. Marisa López, Director of the Institut Marquès, awarded Doctor of the Year in Assisted Reproduction 2019 and National Medicine Award, states that many women require in vitro fertilization with donor eggs. And that it is often difficult to assume it. However, unfortunately, this generates the emergence of experimental, expensive, ineffective, and false techniques.
15% of the Population Has Fertility Problems
Dexeus fertility studies allow detecting if there are any types of complications that prevent conceiving a baby. However, infertility studies reveal that 30% of cases are due to both male and female factors. An analysis conducted by Marta Barranquero Gómez in 2021 in Dexeus Mujer, a private center with a Unit specialized in Men's Health, reveals that it has automated procedures and controls, as well as laboratories to perform all kinds of techniques. These actions seek answers to sexual and fertility problems that affect the couple. Even the Center is responsible for collecting results from other assisted reproduction clinics.
Dr. Buenaventura Coroleu, Head of the Reproduction Service in Women's Health Dexeus, revealed that couples should attend the specialist after a year of trying natural reproduction. In this case, if it is not achieved in women, they make alterations to the tubes, even alterations in ovulation. Men make alterations in sperm and changes in sperm motility, including sperm morphology. In these treatments, age could be a factor in pregnancy difficulty for both women and men.
Forcefully, in 2022 there are many techniques and experts who make diagnoses and can quickly identify the causes of infertility. Visit these experts and get the best proposals and their possible treatments.