Gynecological diseases significantly impact women's health and may affect fertility, making conception difficult or leading to infertility. Waiting until pregnancy preparation fails is not ideal, and prevention is key. By taking proactive measures to prevent and address these diseases, women can protect their health and improve their chances of conceiving.

Fertility is essential for women. However, as women get older, their fertility decreases. Women who want to conceive should know that everyday life can affect pregnancy rates.
What are the diseases that affect female fertility?

1. Vaginitis

Vaginitis is a common gynecological disease in women. The incidence of vaginitis is high, and its types are various. When women have vaginitis, especially mycotic vaginitis and trichomoniasis vaginitis, the trichomonas or mold will consume glycogen in the vaginal cells. Thus, the vaginal environment will become acidic, and the pH will change. In this way, the sperm will encounter difficulties when passing through, affecting sperm movement. If sperm motility is low, successfully combining it with the egg will be difficult.

2. Pelvic inflammatory diseases

Pelvic inflammatory diseases are inflammatory infections in the female pelvic, genital organs, the connective tissue around the uterus, and pelvic peritoneum infection. This gynecological disease will also affect female fertility. If you have a pelvic inflammatory disease that is not promptly treated, it will affect the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and uterus. If it lasts for a long time, fertility will be affected.

3. Adnexitis

Severe adnexal inflammation can affect female fertility. If not treated promptly, adnexitis will likely cause blocked fallopian tubes and ovarian cysts, making it difficult for women to conceive. Therefore, you should go to the hospital for prompt treatment if you have adnexitis.

4. Fallopian tube disease

The fallopian tube is the channel for sperm and egg combination. If you get fallopian tube disease, it will impact your fertility. Salpingitis and abnormal tubal development will cause tubal lumen adhesion, leading to blockage of the umbrella end, hydrosalpinx, and blocked fallopian tubes. If sperm and egg can not combine, it will lead to infertility.

5. Uterine fibroids

Uterine fibroids are benign gynecological tumors in women, mostly between 30 and 50. Uterine fibroids in different locations can cause different symptoms. If the uterine fibroids grow outside without impacting the uterine cavity shape or the endometrium, it will not affect fertility. If uterine fibroids grow under the endometrium and press the endometrium, it will affect the uterine cavity shape and damage the uterine environment, causing infertility.

6. Endometriosis

Many women can not conceive because of endometriosis. Endometriosis is a gynecological disease in which active endometrial cells are planted outside the endometrium. Endometriosis causes 40 percent of infertility in women. It is a gynecological disorder that affects the production of eggs and the functioning and implantation of fertilized eggs. If you have difficulties getting pregnant, you can go to the hospital to check if you have endometriosis.

7. Sexual diseases

Sexual diseases such as chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause pelvic inflammatory disease that can affect fertility. Chlamydia can cause damage to the fallopian tubes and cause no symptoms. Thus, many women may not know they have already had the disease. However, vaginal infections (such as yeast infections) do not impact fertility.

To sum up, if you have the above diseases, you should have the prompt treatment and avoid these unhealthy lifestyles.

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