Abu Dhabi – Sky News Arabic Infertility afflicts many women, and infertility prevents long-lasting family relationships. Infertility is common for many reasons.
If the fallopian tubes are not blocked or effectively clogged, the egg will not reach the embryo, and this condition will also interfere with the in utero reach of the embryo.
The tissues surrounding the uterus can grow outside, and these tissues often grow in the ovaries and fallopian tubes and can not reproduce irregular menstruation.
Embolism is a hormonal disorder that causes small ulcers on the edge of the external ovaries and causes more male hormone production than usual. It causes periodic irregularities and increases the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Many women suffer from fibrosis, which is a muscle growth that can be a non-tumor in the uterus. Uterine myomas usually grow in the lining of the uterus and in the cavity, and rarely extend to the external surface.
Thyroid hormones are the key to controlling ovulation in women. These follicles play an important role in pregnancy formation, so low levels of thyroid hormones can lead to ovulation and ovulation, leading to infertility.
Number and quality of eggs
A female ovary produces a different number of eggs each time, and because of several factors, including age, which sometimes affects the quality of the egg, the egg is not effective at successful pregnancy.