Due to the complexity of the reproductive process, the range of female infertility problems that may affect women is greater than those that can affect men. There is also a wider range of causes of female infertility in comparison to male infertility: these include ovulatory, hormonal and physiological factors. Therefore, many more fertility tests (such as a hysterography or a coeliscopy/laparoscopy) are usually required to assess the root cause of the fertility problem for infertile women despite the fact that the frequency of female infertility and male infertility is roughly the same.
Below is a list of common female infertility problems:
Many women are affected by a combination of the female infertility problems listed above, and may need to undergo a female infertility test or a female infertility treatment such as ovulation induction or IVF. In most cases, monitoring your ovulation will increase your chances of getting pregnant. The technology used by DuoFertility can help you to do this by identifying your fertile days with accuracy, without requiring you to wake up early to take manual temperature measurements. However, like all fertility monitors, DuoFertility is more effective in some cases of female infertility and less so in others. This is why our fertility experts are on hand to tailor a programme especially for you. For advice and help about female infertility and to find out whether DuoFertility is suitable for you, contact our team.
- Ovulatory disorders
- Egg quality
- Uterine factors
- Premature ovarian failure
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome