Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive within one year of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Infertility also identifies a state when a pregnant woman is not able to bear to full term.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), infertility is classified as a curable disease. Infertility treatment usually helps infertile couples efficiently manage this problem. Although there are a number of biological causes of infertility, most of these can be eliminated by specialized medical intervention. Artificial fertilisation thus provides infertile couples with a wide range of options of how to overcome the odds and have their own children.
In infertility treatment, we apply the most efficient assisted reproduction methods from the very beginning, always proceeding from the simple treatment methods to the most complex ones. Therefore, we do not unnecessarily prolong your way to a longed-for baby by ineffective treatment methods.
Causes of Infertility
There are a variety of causes of infertility, whereas it may be a combination of multiple factors. Although assisted reproduction is a state-of-the-art high-level scientific sector, it is not possible to identify the specific cause of infertility in approximately 10 % of infertile couples.
Factors Affecting Female Fertility
- Hormonal problems
- Too thick cervical mucus
- Problems with embryo implantation
- Woman’s immunity reaction against male sperm
- Tubular blockage
- Genetic causes
- Early menopause
Factors Affecting Male Fertility
- Reduced sperm quality
- Genetic causes
- Autoimmune reaction to own sperm
- Damaged DNA of sperm
- Ejaculatory duct obstruction
- Coital problems (impotence, ejaculatatory failures)