Uterine Fibroids Can Be The Major Causes Of Infertility 6 minute(s) read
A large amount of couples has experienced infertility problems. The number of infertile individuals has increased over the past years. Both male and female factors mainly contribute to infertility. Particularly in women, several different factors play a major role in affecting ability to get pregnant and deliver a healthy baby. These include ovulation disorders, fallopian tube damage or blockage and pelvic adhesion as well as endometriosis defined as an abnormal growth of endometrial tissue that grows outside of the uterus. More importantly, one of the main causes of female infertility is uterine fibroids which are characterized by noncancerous (benign) growths of the uterus. Uterine fibroids can potentially cause infertility by blocking the fallopian tubes or stopping a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus. In addition, large fibroids may prevent a fetus from growing fully due to decreased space in the uterus. Fibroids can result in increased risks of placental abruption due to placenta breaks away from the uterine wall since it is blocked by fibroids. This leads to reduced vital oxygen and nutrients to supply the fetus. As a consequence, chances of preterm birth or miscarriage significantly rise. Uterine fibroids induce anatomical changes in the uterus, thus pelvic examination and imaging tests e.g. abdominal ultrasound and vaginal ultrasound largely help to identify irregularities in the shape of uterus, allowing uterine fibroids to be detected at early stage. Not only to shrink or eliminate fibroids, appropriate and timely treatments greatly help to increase chances of pregnancy in women who have faced infertile problems primarily caused by uterine fibroids.
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