1. Onlymyhealth Qna
  2. Female Infertility
Female Infertility QNA

Female Infertility

Know about the issues related to female infertility including ovulation disorder, tubular blockage, endometriosis and many more. Get information and read articles on Female Infertility signs, symptoms, causes, treatment, prevention and diagnosis.

OMH Expert (owner)

Female Infertility से संबंधित सवाल जवाब

प्रश्न पूछें

  • Question asked by shailaja arigela
    Answered by Team OMH
  • Question asked by Shikha
    Answered by Sneh
    • Sneh

      May 22, 2015 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Reproductive assistance methods include Intrauterine insemination (IUI) and assisted reproductive technology such as IVF. IVF is the most effective assisted reproductive technology. Several surgical procedures such as Laparoscopic or hysteroscopic surger...  more

    • Like 0
  • Question asked by Gitika
    Answered by Kishore Sen
    • Kishore Sen

      December 2, 2013 View All Answers (2)
    • A. Fibroids are one of the most common benign tumors that affect reproductive-age women. It is believed that uterine fIbroids can affect the uterine cavity and stop the implantation. Therefore, growth of a baby. Studies have linked intramural fibroids and lo...  more

    • Like 0
  • Question asked by Bindra
    Answered by Onlymyhealth Team
    • Onlymyhealth Team

      April 25, 2013 View All Answers (1)
    • A. Hello Bindra, it is known as 'In Vitro Fertilization', and is one of the newer and more complex assisted reproductive technologies, or ART procedures that have been available since the birth 18 years ago of Louise Brown, the world's first "test tube baby....  more

    • Like 0
  • Question asked by Akansha
    Answered by Dr Geetha
    • Dr Geetha

      July 15, 2013 View All Answers (2)
    • A. There are a number of lifestyle changes that you can introduce into your life to keep yourself fertile till the time you are to undergo menopause. Start by maintaining a healthy weight because overweight or underweight women are most likely to suffer from...  more

    • Like 0
  • Question asked by preeti
    Answered by Onlymyhealth Team
    • Onlymyhealth Team

      July 15, 2013 View All Answers (1)
    • A. If you have been sexually active, have regular menstrual cycles and have missed one cycle, you are perhaps definitely pregnant, but this does not mean there is no other way you may have missed your periodd. Do you experience signs of pregnancy like f...  more

    • Like 0