Pregnancy depends on both men and women, and any deficiency of either party can lead to infertility. It is reported that the incidence of infertility between men and women is 25%~40% for men, 60%~75% for women, 22% for common causes, and 8% for unknown reasons.

There are organic and functional causes of female infertility, including the following four reasons.

1. Abnormal reproductive organs lead to sexual life disorders and infertility

Mainly congenital. Congenital uterine malformations include the double uterus, double horn uterus, single horn uterus, etc. Although a few may not affect pregnancy, there are relatively many complications for those who can get pregnant. There is also uterus dysplasia or infantile uterus, which can also prevent pregnancy due to anovulation, corpus luteum dysfunction, sperm ascending obstacle, etc., or infertility due to difficulties in the implantation of pregnant eggs. The uterus leans back and bends back, making the cervix warp and the sperm challenging to enter the uterus, which can lead to infertility.

The so-called "retroversion" refers to the displacement of the longitudinal axis of the uterus to the rear. In contrast, "retroflection" refers to the backward flexion of the uterine body, causing a back angle between the uterine body and the cervix. When retroversion and retroflection exist simultaneously, it is called "retroposition of the uterus."

Generally, there is no conscious symptom, but leucorrhea will increase due to congestion and secretion of cervical glands. In severe cases, excessive menstruation, prolonged menstruation, or dysmenorrhea due to dysmenorrhea. A severe posterior position may cause abdominal distension, backache, sexual discomfort, or pain during sexual intercourse, and constipation may occur.

2. Infection causes inflammation and infertility

The so-called inflammation, caused mainly by pathogen infection, is a common factor in female infertility. The inflammation of the reproductive tract caused by pathogen infection can engulf sperm, as is the case with the more common trichomonas infection.

When the glycogen in the vaginal epithelium is consumed after infection, the lactic acid synthesis is blocked, the vaginal pH is destroyed, and the local resistance is reduced to produce trichomonal vaginitis. Other infections caused by candida Albicans can cause fungal vaginitis, change the internal environment of the vagina, increase vaginal discharge, and contain a large number of white blood cells, which can also phagocytize sperm. Candida albicans can also agglutinate sperm, causing infertility due to various effects.

In addition, fallopian tube diseases can account for 25% of female infertility, a significant cause of infertility. These tubal diseases include tubal obstruction, hydrosalpinx, and salpingitis. For infertility caused by these conditions, patients can choose the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill to eliminate inflammation and treat the disease. At the same time, it can clean up toxins in the uterus and increase the chance of natural pregnancy.

Endocrine disorders, such as thyroid dysfunction, hyperprolactinemia, premature ovarian failure, and polycystic ovary syndrome, can also lead to female infertility.

3. Mental factors can cause infertility

Emotional changes can affect pregnancy because emotional tension or a bad environment may cause fear or emotional discord, which will lead to dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system and affect the endocrine system to inhibit ovulation. Or sexual life can not be harmonious, resulting in infertility.

For example, some men are depressed due to masturbation before marriage for a long time, impotence, tension after marriage, and premature ejaculation. Because of violence or fear and sexual anxiety, some women cause uterine and fallopian tube cramps, affect sex, and have trouble taking eggs, which can cause infertility and infertility.

4. Nutrition is also essential for infertility

Malnutrition may lead to infertility. Malnutrition and other diseases can cause ovulation disorders, leading to infertility.

Many people believe that male or female genital diseases mainly cause infertility. But they do not know that undernutrition or overnutrition, which are unhealthy factors, can cause infertility. Malnutrition will lead to an endocrine disorder, affecting women's ovulation pattern, thus leading to infertility. Malnutrition also affects the quality of men's sperm. Long-term unbalanced nutrition will reduce the fertility of couples and lead to infertility.

Recent studies have confirmed that vitamin E can promote human metabolism, enhance the body's vitality, maintain blood circulation, improve peripheral circulation, delay aging, promote spermatogenesis and sperm vitality, and enhance the ovary's function.

In addition, vitamin A, B1, B2, etc., all regulate pregnancy to varying degrees. Trace elements in the body also play a role in spermatogenesis and sperm vitality, and zinc is involved in sperm metabolism. Inadequate protein intake will affect hormone synthesis, resulting in lower hormone levels, which is also the cause of infertility. Some women go on a diet blindly to "lose weight" in pursuit of beauty, resulting in insufficient nutrition, which affects ovarian function, such as rare menstruation, low hormone levels, and rigidity.

In addition, some women take contraceptives for a long time after marriage or take estrogen and progesterone for a long time due to gynecological diseases, which will interfere with the hypothalamus-pituitary ovary axis (sexual axis), and also affect regular ovulation, leading to infertility. Other factors that affect pregnancy are hazards caused by life and the environment, such as excessive smoking, excessive alcohol, drinking coffee, beer, etc., which will mainly affect fertility.

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