Infertility Q & A
What Are the Different Causes of Infertility?
The body’s inability to produce enough viable eggs, prolapsed uterus, congenital defects in the uterus or other female organs, hormonal imbalance, and decreased sperm count are just a few of the common causes of infertility. The use of certain medications can also cause infertility. Endometriosis, among other conditions, may also increase the risk of infertility.
What is Infertility?
Women over 35 often have problems conceiving but may not be diagnosed with infertility because of their age. For most women, fertility rates peak in their 20s and start declining in their 30s as production of eggs decreases and ovaries do not respond as well to hormones as they once did.