We at Alps Hospitals and Diagnostics combine expertise and passion to assist hopeful parents in overcoming the causes of female infertility. Our fertility specialists are renowned for their skill in identifying and treating infertility.

In order to develop the right fertility treatment plan for each hopeful mother, our doctors need to determine which of the causes of female infertility are responsible for her fertility issues.

A look at the causes of female infertility

Every patient who visits Alps hospitals and diagnostics is unique, and so are the causes of female infertility. While some women will struggle to conceive due to age-related factors, others may have hormonal or structural problems that are preventing pregnancy. Here is an overview of some of the most common causes for women.

  • Maternal age strongly affects female fertility. Because the quality and quantity of a woman’s eggs decline with age, it is more difficult for a woman in her late-30s or early-40s to conceive than it is for a woman in her 20s. Additionally, advanced maternal age can also increase the risk of miscarriage and birth defects.
  • Ovulation disorders account for infertility in about 1 in 4 couples who are struggling to conceive. These disorders cause women to ovulate infrequently or not at all. Problems in the ovaries, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or premature ovarian failure, or issues with the regulation of reproductive hormones are examples of these disorders.
  • Tubal infertility refers to damaged or blocked fallopian tubes that keep the sperm from reaching the egg or prevent the fertilized egg from reaching the uterus. Causes of tubal infertility include pelvic inflammatory disease and previous surgeries in the area.

Exploring other issues that can lead to infertility

  • Endometriosis causes uterine tissue to implant and grows in other locations in the body. This extra tissue can cause scarring, which can cause infertility. The condition can also affect the uterine lining to disrupt the implantation of the fertilized egg.
  • Uterine abnormalities that range from polyps to birth defects that affect the shape of the uterus can interfere with implantation and increase the risk of miscarriage.
  • Unexplained infertility sometimes occurs in hopeful parents. This means that a fertility doctor cannot find the exact cause of infertility. However, many patients with this diagnosis still go on to conceive a healthy baby.

Treatments and support to overcome female fertility issues

The team at Alps hospitals and diagnostics performs comprehensive testing to determine which of the causes of female infertility is interfering with conception. Our award-winning reproductive biologist and IVF specialist will use these test results to develop a customized treatment plan. Each plan is designed to meet each patient’s family-building goals as quickly and affordably as possible.

To find out how to overcome your fertility struggles, contact us at ALPS HOSPITALS & DIAGNOSTICS for an appointment. Our team of fertility experts can make the journey of parenthood a reality with you.

Failure of previous insemination attempts

It is defined as the failure to achieve a viable pregnancy after IVF treatment. In other words, it encompasses both those patients who do not conceive and those who do but suffer an early abortion.

  • Age-related infertility
  • Recurrent miscarriages

Study for the diagnosis and treatment of embryo implantation failure and recurrent miscarriage female factor

At the same time, another technique that has revealed its benefits in carefully selected cases is the intrauterine application of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Recent studies have shown good results in the role of platelets in the repair and regeneration of different tissues in patients with recurrent embryo implantation failure and in women with refractory endometrium. The use of platelet-rich plasma from the patient herself could improve endometrial receptivity and, consequently, also implantation.

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