After bearing all the pain to give birth to a child in the fertility treatment hospitals in India, you are bound to be elated as your world is now lit up with the smile of a newborn child. After much fanfare and baby shower which has become customary to welcome the new kid, the child and the new mother is discharged.

 

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Prenatal development is usually seen flowing in its natural with established patterns of development with little variation. But, there are a number of things that can dent the process. The two major reasons are genetics and environmental problems.

 

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We must consider psychological support as a very important factor to consider during assisted reproduction treatments, since the majority of patients who have difficulties in conceiving a child and decide to undergo reproductive treatment, experience feelings such as stress, sadness, anguish, loneliness, etc.

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When a new pregnancy arises, go to an informative consultation of the reproductive specialist, who according to the detailed clinical history, will advise some analyzes and in this way not have to wait a long time. "If everything is fine, the pregnancy will come quickly." And of course, it is recommended to avoid the use of toxic substances such as excessive alcohol, tobacco, or drugs. Do sport and have a proper diet.

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The current fertility problems are due in large part to the advanced age at which many women decide to be mothers. Many other little-known or unseen issues can create difficulties. Let us see, some common sterility problems and fertility treatment hospitals in India for each case.

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According to the data available, more than 48 million couples around the world suffer from infertility problems. The fertility treatment hospitals in Delhi reveal that more than 27 million couples in India have a fertility problem. Somewhere both men and women have fertility issues in the ratio of 40% - 50%. Apart from genetic factors some other factors also responsible for infertility in male and female.

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Endometriosis is a chronic disease, which consists of the appearance of endometrial tissue in any anatomical location different from its original location, which is the internal part of the uterus (endometrium). This endometrial tissue can be implanted anywhere in the human body, however, its appearance is more frequent in the uterine tubes, ovaries, vagina, rectum and pelvic wall or peritoneum.

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Human natural fertility is influenced by many factors. Broadly speaking, they can be genetically determined, while others may be environmental or related to lifestyle, and thus able to be modified. Female reproductive function starts to decline many years prior to menopause despite regular menstrual cycles. We are born with a finite number of oocytes (eggs) in our ovaries, and these are depleted with age. When the woman hits the 35 age mark the infertility becomes more common. If you are over 35 years old, it is recommended that you seek help of the fertility treatment hospitals in Delhi if pregnancy is not achieved after 6 months.

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Infertility or the failure to conceive a child is perhaps the gloomiest phase in a married couple's life. For most of us who are unfamiliar with infertility there is a consensus that it is the female factor which causes infertility, more so because of the association of women with pregnancy. Little do they know that three times out of ten, infertility can be attributed to causes affecting the male patient; For couples starting out on their fertility journey, it is recommended that the male partner undergo fertility tests first, to rule out male factors. 

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