FAQ

Causes of Infertility?

The most frequent causes of female infertility are ovulation disorders and anatomic abnormalities, particularly inflammatory lesions or obstructions in fallopian tubes.

The most frequent causes of female infertility are ovulation disorders and anatomic abnormalities, particularly inflammatory lesions or obstructions in fallopian tubes. Channel conditions in the cervix and its secretions (discharge) may also cause infertility by preventing the proper passage of spermatozoa into the uterus.

Other less common causes are, for example, severe endometriosis and certain hormonal and immunological problems.

With regard to man, fertility alterations may be due to a wide variety of disorders, not only due to a decrease in the amount of sperm, but also to changes in the quality and functionality of them. It is also necessary to have a full reproductive anatomy and normal sexual function.

In cases of male infertility, hormonal, genetic, immunological or inflammatory factors may be involved, even alterations in the molecular processes that regulate the function and fertilizing capacity of the sperm.

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