Natural and Assisted Ways to Boost Fertility

What Causes Infertility?

Infertility in women can be caused by various factors, and it often involves a combination of physical, hormonal, and lifestyle factors. Here are some common causes of female infertility:
Problems with ovulation are a common cause of infertility.
Blockages or damage to the fallopian tubes can prevent the egg from traveling to the uterus and the sperm from reaching the egg.
Abnormalities in the uterus, such as uterine fibroids, polyps, or congenital malformations, can interfere with implantation and pregnancy.
Female fertility tends to decline with age because the quantity and quality of eggs diminish, making it more difficult to conceive.
Scar tissue (adhesions) in the pelvic area can result from previous surgeries, infections, or endometriosis, potentially causing fertility problems.
Both underweight and overweight women may experience fertility issues.
Chronic stress may affect reproductive hormones and disrupt the normal menstrual cycle, potentially impacting fertility.
Certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, autoimmune disorders, and genetic conditions, can affect fertility.

How to Boost Fertility Naturally:

Boosting fertility can involve a combination of natural approaches and, if necessary, assisted approaches. It’s important to note that individual responses to these approaches can vary, and consulting with a healthcare professional or fertility specialist is crucial for personalized advice. Here are some general strategies for boosting fertility:

Natural Approaches:

Eat a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.
Practice stress-reducing techniques such as yoga, meditation, deep breathing, or mindfulness. Ensure adequate sleep and relaxation.
Minimize exposure to environmental toxins and pollutants. Be cautious with medications and discuss their potential impact on fertility with your healthcare provider.
Manage chronic conditions such as diabetes or thyroid disorders. Treat infections or reproductive health issues promptly.

Assisted Approaches:

Your doctor may prescribe medications to stimulate ovulation or regulate hormonal imbalances.
Sperm is directly placed into the uterus during the woman’s fertile window to increase the chances of fertilization.
IVF involves combining eggs and sperm outside the body in a laboratory.
In cases of severe male or female infertility, using donor eggs or sperm may be an option.
If carrying a pregnancy is not possible, a surrogate may carry the pregnancy on behalf of the intended parents.
In Eva IVF and women center if a couple is not conceiving naturally ,we use advanced assisted techniques to make couples to become parents.