Probable Explanation As To Why You Are Not Getting Pregnant

February 9, 2019 | Author: | Posted in IVF & Fertility

Pregnancy could be the next step in any relationship. The difficulty in getting pregnant could be a frustrating experience for couples trying hard to get pregnant. Here the author is addressing the issues related to difficulty in getting pregnant, and talks about some probable reasons for it.

Issues in ovulating:

Pregnancy happens after the fertilisation of egg and sperm. The ovulation is the processes where the ovaries produce an egg each month for making the pregnancy happen. The period of ovulation could vary from person to person ranging from 22 days to 35 days. The irregularities in ovulation could create issues in getting pregnant among women.

The irregularities or absence of ovulation is a common problem among women nowadays. Diseases like PCOS or Endometriosis could lead to such problems. Symptoms like irregular periods, obesity and hormonal imbalances are common among patients suffering from the issue.

Your male partner might be responsible:

To conceive a child, it requires healthy male and female partners. In 30% cases of infertility, it has been found that men were infertility or produced low quality sperms. Another, 40% both the couples were suffering from infertility.

In most cases, male infertility does not show any outer symptoms like female infertility. According to a Test tube baby centre in Kolkata the only way to detect male infertility is through sperm analysis.

Blocked Fallopian Tube:

Difficulties in getting pregnant could also be caused by blockage in the Fallopian Tube. The fallopian tubes are the meeting point of sperm and eggs. It is the place where the they get fertilised, making the pregnancy possible. A blockage in the tube or a scarring in the structure can cause an obstruction in the fertilisation process.

Women with blocked fallopian tube might experience cramping pain in the pelvic region. However, there are cases where women might not feel any pain at all. The correct detection of blockage could only be detected with the help of specialised X-rays or fertility tests.

Unexplained fertility:

Around 30% of the couples suffering from infertility tend to suffer from unexplained infertility issues. They might have healthy reproductive organs and steady vitals, but still might not be able to get pregnant naturally.

Such patients never know the reason for their infertility, but can try the fertility medications and therapies for getting pregnant.

An undiagnosed medical problem:

Undiagnosed medical issues can cause infertility among both men and women. Sometimes, medications taken for treating autoimmune diseases can cause infertility as a side effect. If one is trying to get pregnant, the interference of medication can be quite frustrating. However, altering the dosage or stopping the medication for improving fertility without consulting a doctor could be harmful.

In addition to it, undiagnosed sexually transmittable diseases can also lead to infertility.

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Gynaecare clinic is the brainchild of Dr, Abhishek Daga MBBS, MS, MRCOG1 (London). It was set up in 2011. Gynaecare clinic is a specialized infertility clinic equipped with modern equipments and state-of-the-art Ultrasonography with color Doppler and ECG machines. We offer specialized infertility treatments such as IVF at affordable prices.


Gynaecare Fertility Center is located at Kolkata, India. We have team of experts to take care for all your infertility related problems. Our team of expert includes, Dr. Abhishek Daga Gynaecologist and infertility specialist, one of the leading gynecologist and infertility specialists in Kolkata, He obtained his MBBS from Burdwan Medical College (West Bengal). He is also an MS and MRCOG1 from London. Our patients (name cannot be shared as per our privacy policy) says that Dr. Daga is having magical clinical hand and achieved high success rate in IVF or Test Tube Babies

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