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Treatment pattern for Female factor Infertility
After a period of regular, unprotected sexual activity of 12 months, infertility is defined as the failure to become pregnant. An identifiable cause can be found in 85% of infertile couples. Ovulatory dysfunction, male factor infertility, and tubal illness are the three most typical causes of infertility. "Unexplained infertility" affects the remaining 15% of infertile couples. Smoking and obesity are two lifestyle and environmental variables that might harm fertility. About 25% of diagnoses for infertility are caused by ovulatory abnormalities; 70% of women who experience anovulation have polycystic ovary syndrome.
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Infertility Specalist and Laproscopic Surgeon , Director of Mathrucharya Hospitals