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Infertility Factors and Causes

We let you know which infertility factors may be preventing you from successfully having a baby.

There is a solution for infertility, through an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment.

Worldwide, more than 180 million women like you wish to see their family grow, but face different barriers to conception (WHO), owing to 5 factors that encompass different specific ailments:

Infertility Ovulatory Factor

Problems getting pregnant? Ovulation disorders are more common than you think, resulting from various factors. Know how we treat these disorders.

Amenorrhea - Ovulatory Factor

Amenorrhea is the complete absence of menstrual periods and is indicative of an underlying medical condition, which can complicate the chances of having a baby.

Polycystic Ovary- Ovulatory Factor

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal imbalance in which the ovaries produce excess androgens or male hormones that affect ovulation, causing irregular menstrual periods.

Male factor

Problems of concentration, mobility and structure of the spermatozoa, affecting their ability to fertilize your egg.
  • Male factor infertility a cause of infertility that you should know

    Male infertility affects at least half of infertile couples, either as the sole factor or a contributing element. If you want to know more, we can help.

  • Diabetes

    Diabetes mellitus is characterized by elevated blood glucose levels and, if uncontrolled, can affect a man's fertility in a number of ways.

  • Teratozoospermia

    Teratozoospermia implies that most of the abnormal sperm are unable to travel to and penetrate the egg. The exact causes of teratozoospermia are currently unknown, but it can be diagnosed through a semen analysis.

Male factor infertility a cause of infertility that you should know

Male infertility affects at least half of infertile couples, either as the sole factor or a contributing element. If you want to know more, we can help.

Diabetes 

Diabetes mellitus is characterized by elevated blood glucose levels and, if uncontrolled, can affect a man's fertility in a number of ways.

Teratozoospermia 

Teratozoospermia implies that most of the abnormal sperm are unable to travel to and penetrate the egg. The exact causes of teratozoospermia are currently unknown, but it can be diagnosed through a semen analysis.

Tubal factor

Any damage in the fallopian tubes can hinder the path of the sperm and its union with your egg, causing infertility.
  • Tubal infertility factor and how to overcome
     it with ease

    Tubal factor infertility accounts for a large portion of female factor infertility. And here you will know what you need to know about it.

  • Chlamydia Positive

    Pelvic adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form between the bladder, uterus, cervix, vagina and rectum. They can be removed through surgery, but they reappear in 70% of the cases.

  • Chlamydia Positive

    In 40% of cases that are not properly treated, chlamydia infects the cells of the cervix and spreads to the ovaries, fallopian tubes or uterus, causing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) and infertility.

Tubal infertility factor and how to overcome it with ease

Tubal factor infertility accounts for a large portion of female factor infertility. And here you will know what you need to know about it.

Chlamydia Positive 

Pelvic adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form between the bladder, uterus, cervix, vagina and rectum. They can be removed through surgery, but they reappear in 70% of the cases.

Pelvic adhesions

In 40% of cases that are not properly treated, chlamydia infects the cells of the cervix and spreads to the ovaries, fallopian tubes or uterus, causing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) and infertility.

Uterine factor

This factor includes different affectations in the uterus, which interfere with a correct implantation of your embryo and the proper development of your pregnancy.
  • What you whould know about The Uterine Factor in Infertility

    Abnormalities of the uterus can contribute to the inability to get pregnant and Ingenes is here to help you with all we can.

  • Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when the tissue lining the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus, usually on the surface of organs or other places where it is not supposed to grow.

  • Adenomyosis

    Adenomyosis, also called internal endometriosis, occurs when the tissue lining the inside of the uterus penetrates the muscular layer of this organ (myometrium).

What you whould know about The Uterine Factor in Infertility

Abnormalities of the uterus can contribute to the inability to get pregnant and Ingenes is here to help you with all we can.

Endometriosis 

Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when the tissue lining the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus, usually on the surface of organs or other places where it is not supposed to grow. 

Adenomyosis 

Adenomyosis, also called internal endometriosis, occurs when the tissue lining the inside of the uterus penetrates the muscular layer of this organ (myometrium).

Embryonic factor

Issues with the development or implantation of your embryo, due to certain genetic alterations.
  • Paternal factors and embryo quality, what to expect?

    About 90% of chromosomal embryo issues occur due to egg quality. However, male fertility factors still affect embryos. Know how!

  • Genetic Alterations

    Genetic alterations can be caused by problems in both the genes and chromosomes of the embryo, affecting its ability to develop and implant within the uterus.

  • Implantation Failure

    Embryo implantation is a complex process that requires a close dialogue between a healthy embryo and a receptive endometrium.

Paternal factors and embryo quality, what to expect?

About 90% of chromosomal embryo issues occur due to egg quality. However, male fertility factors still affect embryos. Know how!

Genetic Alterations 

Genetic alterations can be caused by problems in both the genes and chromosomes of the embryo, affecting its ability to develop and implant within the uterus.

Implantation Failure 

Embryo implantation is a complex process that requires a close dialogue between a healthy embryo and a receptive endometrium. 
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