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*INFERTILITY IN MEN & WOMEN {Part i}*

*GVM FERTILITY CENTRE*
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*INFERTILITY IN MEN & WOMEN {Part i}*

Infertility happens when a couple cannot conceive after having regular unprotected sex.
It may be that one partner cannot contribute to conception, or that a woman is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. It is often defined as not conceiving after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without the use of birth control .
Worldwide, 8 to 12 percent of couples experience fertility problems. Between 45 and 50 percent of cases are thought to stem from factors that affect the man.
Treatment is often available.

*Causes in men*
The following are common causes of infertility in men:

*Semen and sperm*
Sometimes the sperm cannot travel effectively to meet the egg.
Semen is the milky fluid that a man’s penis releases during orgasm. Semen consists of fluid and sperm. The fluid comes from the prostate gland, the seminal vesicle, and other sex glands.
The sperm is produced in the testicles.
When a man ejaculates and releases semen through the penis, the seminal fluid, or semen, helps transport the sperm toward the egg.

*The following problems are possible:*
*Low sperm count:* The man ejaculates a low number of sperm. A sperm count of under 15 million is considered low. Around one third of couples have difficulty conceiving due to a low sperm count.
*Low sperm mobility (motility):* The sperm cannot “swim” as well as they should to reach the egg.
*Abnormal sperm:* The sperm may have an unusual shape, making it harder to move and fertilize an egg.
If the sperm do not have the right shape, or they cannot travel rapidly and accurately towards the egg, conception may be difficult. Up to 2 percent of men are thought to have suboptimal sperm.
Abnormal semen may not be able to carry the sperm effectively.
This can result from:
*A medical condition: This could be a testicular infection, cancer , or surgery.
*Overheated testicles: Causes include an
undescended testicle , a varicocele, or varicose vein in the scrotum, the use of saunas or hot tubs, wearing tight clothes, and working in hot environments.
*Ejaculation disorders: If the ejaculatory ducts are blocked, semen may be ejaculated into the bladder
*Hormonal imbalance: Hypogonadism, for example, can lead to a testosterone deficiency.

*Other causes may include:*
*Genetic factors:* A man should have an X and Y chromosome. If he has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome, as in Klinefelter’s syndrome, the testicles will develop abnormally and there will be low testosterone and a low sperm count or no sperm.
*Mumps:* If this occurs after puberty ,
inflammation of the testicles may affect sperm production.
*Hypospadias:* The urethral opening is under the penis, instead of its tip. This abnormality is usually surgically corrected in infancy. If the correction is not done, it may be harder for the sperm to get to the female’s cervix. Hypospadias affects about 1 in every 500 newborn boys.
*Cystic fibrosis:* This is a chronic disease that results in the creation of a sticky mucus. This mucus mainly affects the lungs, but males may also have a missing or obstructed vas deferens. The vas deferens carries sperm from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct and the urethra.
*Radiation therapy:* This can impair sperm production. The severity usually depends on how near to the testicles the radiation was aimed.
*Some diseases:* Conditions that are sometimes linked to lower fertility in males are anemia , Cushing’s syndrome, diabetes, and thyroid disease.

Some medications increase the risk of fertility problems in men.
*Sulfasalazine:* This anti-inflammatory drug can significantly lower a man’s sperm count. It is often prescribed for Crohn’s disease or rheumatoid arthritis . Sperm count often returns to normal after stopping the medication.
*Anabolic steroids:* Popular with bodybuilders and athletes, long-term use can seriously reduce sperm count and mobility.
*Chemotherapy:* Some types may significantly reduce sperm count.
*Illegal drugs:* Consumption of marijuana and cocaine can lower the sperm count.
Age: Male fertility starts to fall after 40 years.
*Exposure to chemicals:* Pesticides, for example, may increase the risk.
*Excess alcohol consumption:* This may lower male fertility. Moderate alcohol consumption has not been shown to lower fertility in most men, but it may affect those who already have a low sperm count.
*Overweight or obesity:* This may reduce the chance of conceiving.
*Mental stress:* Stress can be a factor, especially if it leads to reduced sexual activity.
Laboratory studies have suggested that long-term acetaminophen use during pregnancy may affect fertility in males by lowering testosterone production. Women are advised not to use the drug for more than one day.

(Written by:
Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana O.
GVM Chief Gynaecologist
08037515187, 07059515354)

GVM fertility centre is a natural herbal fertility centre with notable unusual expertise in natural herbs for infertility treatments without any surgical operation for age range of between 40 to 75 years. At GVM all sort of infertility ailments are treated. We are specialist in natural fertility and IVF treatment.

We treat all type of infertility cases with natural herbs and modern diagnostic machines. We dissolve fibroids and tube blockage without any surgical operation no matter the size. Our IVF treatment has over 90% success guaranteed.

At GVM fertility centre, there has been series of women of ages between 47, 55 and 64 whom got delivered and healed from infertility ailments, conceived and delivered safely after treatment without any surgical operation. Also with men of ages ranging between 40, 50 and 73 who by Gods grace got treated and healed from low/no sperm count at all, weak erection and the likes.

Age has never been a barrier in both males and in females at GVM Fertility Centre, because God is our healer.

For any issue regarding infertility in both male and female. Infertility Diseases like;
– Fibroid treated without operation
– Female fertility treatment
– Male fertility treatment
– No sperm at all treatment
– Low sperm count treatment
– Ovarian cyst treatment
– Blocked tube treatment (female)
– No menses correction and treatment
– Endomentrous
– Weak erection without operation
– Hypertension and stroke
– Infection treatment
– Ann ovulation
– Endocrine
– Endometriosis
– Detoxification
– No egg treatment (female)
– Base kit
– Herbal soap
– Irregular menses
– Scan
– Blood group check
– Sperm count and culture
– Genotype
– Urine culture
– Fasting blood sugar test
– Random blood sugar test
– Imbalance semen
– Inaccurate semen
– Liver
– Ovulation tracking
– IVF treatment
– And many other diseases responsible for infertility.
All these are treated without surgical operation…

Enough is enough; it’s high time you too become a parent of your own children. Visit GVM fertility Centre today and your barrenness shall become history. At GVM Fertility Centre our testifiers have been speaking for us for decades. God is our healer. Come and you shall be fruitful.

For more enquiries regarding any infertility issues, contact GVM Chief Gynaecologist (Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana) by dropping your enquiries on the (Dr) Whatsapp account through 08037515187 07059515354 or Call. For more details / information

Headquarter Ibadan Address: Temitope Bus Stop, Behind Total Filling Station. Old Ife Road Adegbayi Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria.

Locate and contact GVM fertility Center Lagos branch through (Dr Mercy Ogunmola Akintunde) GVM Lagos Gynaecologist on 08104977655, 07039174817(Both call and Whatsapp). For detailed enquiries on infertility issues and treatment
Lagos Address: No 7 Oladiipo Dunmoye Street, Oke Ira Nla. Langbasa Etiosa Local Government Ajah Lagos State Nigeria.

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