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Transcript of Infertility
A Presentation by Hannah and Jenna
abnormal sperm production, due to various things such as undescended testes, and other medical problems
diseases such as diabetes, mumps, etc.
trauma to testes or inguinal region
problems with ovulation such as no eggs to be fertilized, or without a menstrual period
If you have frequent unprotected intercourse for about a year, there is a strong chance you could be infertile. This is the only obvious sign. For females, if you do not menstruate regularly, and/or you have had more than one miscarriage, this could also be due to infertility. For males, if you have low sperm count, have had a vasectomy, or problems with sexual desire, this could be due to infertility.
Treatment for infertility depends on many factors such as sex, age as well as your partners, and the cause of infertility.
What is infertility?
Infertility is the inability for a person to reproduce, despite how sexually active they are.
this means no more babies
antibiotics for infections
medication and counseling for intercourse problems
stimulating ovulation fertility drugs
placing sperm into the uterus
Infertility is something that you will have to deal with for the rest of your life. You may be able to take medications to prevent this for a short amount of time, but they will be constant and might not always work. Many emotional effects can happen due to infertility like fear of miscarriage and stress during pregnancy if achieved. While living with infertility, it is important to reduce stress, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and be able to express yourself with the people around you.