In this day and age, women are more concerned with their career as a result of their increasing contribution to the economy. Besides, people need to work longer periods of time to acquire the basic necessities for marriage. Nutritional habits have changed and the use of industrial products replaced natural diet. Environmental pollution is continually increasing parallel to the developments in the industry. Contrary to men, the ideal reproductive period of women still remains between the ages of 20-30 and women getting married at a later age are facing a serious risk of reproduction.
It is no secret that the same conditions also affect men, yet, we can see that they are somewhat luckier in this regard. Please find more information about male infertility under the heading of sperm donation. Besides the fact that women are getting married and having children at later stages in their lives, there might also be some congenital features which may be noteworthy. Some genetic, metabolic, endocrinological, immunological diseases may be directly linked with reproduction. For instance:
Genetic diseases, for example in Turner’s syndrome or this syndrome’s mosaic forms, the damages that may occur on the x chromosome in inheritance. Another important point for women is female infertility occurrence frequency in her family. If this number is high, it would be advisable to have her ovarian reserves checked by an in vitro fertilisation certified doctor, even though she might have no health issues or symptoms of anything wrong. Metabolic diseases: diabetes is the most frequent disease in this group. Endocrinological causes: goiter and high levels of prolactin (lactation hormone) may result in infertility. Therefore, it is very important for women with goiter to have their ovarian reserves checked. Immunological diseases: autoimmune, the process that attacts women’s own tissues and affects her endocrine organs may attack the ovarian tissues after some time. For this reason, it is recommended for women with this kind of disease to experience pregnancy at an earlier stage in their lives.