The most common causes of infertility in women

There can be many reasons why a woman cannot become pregnant within the first years of trying. In this article we describe the most frequent causes of infertility among women.  The most frequent causes of infertility in women are: Enclosed fallopian tubes Irregular or lack of ovulation Age Very overweight Smoking ENCLOSED FALLOPIAN TUBES Some women have constricted or completely closed fall[...]

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Good advice on pregnancy and lifestyle

If you are pregnant or want to get pregnant, it is important to lead a healthy lifestyle - both for you and your child. At Vitanova we have put together a number of tips for creating good habits in your life, both before, during and after your pregnancy.  MOTION Good fitness as well as strong muscles, bones and joints provide good conditions for a healthy pregnancy. Make sure you get 30 minut[...]

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Endometriosis and fertility

Endometriosis is a chronic disease that can be found in 4-7% of all women. Cells similar to the mucosa of the uterus (endometrium) are found outside the uterus, primarily on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the outside of the uterus and the abdominal cavity. These cells behave just like the cells in the uterus and bleed at each menstrual period. The bleeding can cause severe pain during menstrua[...]

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Find your most fertile period with an ovulation test

The woman is most likely to become pregnant on the day of ovulation or the day before. Using an ovulation test is an easy and safe way to predict ovulation and thus the fertile period, which lasts 5-7 days. The ovulation test measures the concentration of the ovulation hormone LH hormone (lutein). The hormone is increased in the body at the time of ovulation and is excreted in the urine. When[...]

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What is the difference between IVF treatment and insemination?

IVF / TEST TUBE TREATMENT Test tube treatment is often abbreviated as IVF, which stands for In Vitro Fertilization and means that fertilization takes place outside the woman's body in a glass. During IVF treatment, the egg is removed from the ovaries to be fertilized with the semen in a laboratory. The eggs are removed through the vagina using ultrasound. It takes place under local anesthesia[...]

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Woman's Fertility - Is It declining?

Women who have passed the age of 35 and have not yet had children often feel that they are under time pressure if they are going to have children and are very concerned about their fertility. But it is important to understand that fertility does not decrease abruptly but that it occurs as a smooth transition. There is no magical age after which it is suddenly impossible to conceive. That's ho[...]

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