Friday, June 12, 2009

Overcome Infertility--Medical Condition Causes of Infertility

Written By Kyle J. Norton. All right reserved. Any reproduction is allowed only with author mane and all links intact.
As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse. It effects over 5 millions couple alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world. Because of unawareness of treatments, only 10% seeks help from professional specialist. In this article, we will discuss the medical condition causes of infertility.
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1. Diabetes
Diabetes is defined as inability to produce insulin by pancreas or inability of cells to use insulin efficiently. It may clot blood vessel as resulting of high levels of glucose in the bloodstream leading to impotence and retrograde ejaculation in men. In women with insulin resistant, high levels of insulin in the bloodstream interferes with normal function of menstrual cycle as resulting hormone imbalance leading to infertility.

2. Nervous disorder
Nervous disorder increases the production of certain hormone in the nervous system and the glands leading to hormone imbalance and interfering with the normal procedure of menstrual cycles in women and lowering sperm count in men, leading to infertility.

3. Erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction also known as impotence, is defined as the repeated or persistent inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse over period of at least 3 months. It is caused by not enough blood flowing in and fill the spaces of the veins and arteries as resulting of psychological factors, hormone imbalance, heart diseases, diabetes, kidney disease, chronic alcoholism, etc. leading to infertility.

4. Hypogonadotropic hypopituitarism
It is types of disease which interferes with the production of LH and FSH of the pituitary gland causing ovulation problem in women and low sperm count in men.

5. Immune disorder
Malfunction of immune system interferes with the reproductive process including the inflammation to cells which are vital involved in the processes of ovulation , preparation for implantation of a embryo ( malfunction of endometrial lining) and sperm quality ad quantity (antibody attack his own sperm).

6.Pelvic inflammation disease (PID)
PID is defined as a condition of an acute infection in the pelvic caused by sexual transmitted diseases leading to infertility if the scar forming in the Fallopian tube that blocks the tube completely.

7. Pituitary tumor
Pituitary tumor is defined as a condition of benign overgrowth of cells in the pituitary gland causing abnormal function in secreting hormone leading to over production of growth , thyroid-stimulating, prolactin hormones, etc. that disrupt the normal processes of the reproductive organs thereby, increasing the risk of infertility in both men and women.

8. Testicular cancer
Testicular cancer is defined as abnormal cells growth become cancerous in the testicle. The cause is unknown but researchers believe men with poor quality of sperm production is considered as high risk to develop testicle cancer than others who do not.

9. Varicocele
Varicocele is an abnormal enlargement of the vein in the scrotumcausing blood stagnation and leading to poor sperm production and sperm count.

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