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Department of Infertility Female

The incidence of male infertility is increasing rapidly because of the modern stressful lifestyle.

Infertility is a disease in which the ability to get pregnant and give birth to a child is impaired or limited in some way. For heterosexual couples (man and woman), this is usually diagnosed after one year of trying to get pregnant (but may be diagnosed sooner depending on other factors). For heterosexual couples, one third of causes of infertility are due to a male problem, one third are due to a female problems, and one third are due to combination or unknown reasons. When the cause of the infertility is found to come from the female partner, it’s considered female infertility or “female factor” infertility.


In today’s world more and more women are grasped by the curse of infertility. Particularly the numbers of age-related infertility are on surge as most of the women today prefer LATE MARRAIGEs or give priorities to their EDUCATION or their CAREER or they are Just Not Ready emotionally or financially to shoulder the responsibility of a child. It is important to understand that fertility declines as a woman age due to the normal age-related decrease in the number and quality of eggs that are left in their ovary.

What causes female infertility?

You may experience one or more of the following symptoms:

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