Fertility and Infertility Symptoms Test

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Infertility is defined when you were unable to get pregnant after 6-12 months of having had regular intercourse. About 15% or 1 in 6 American couples have trouble getting pregnant and causes are about equally divided between men and women. Could you be one of them? And do you know the symptoms associated with infertility?

Many couples don’t know whether they are infertile or not or even whether they have major issues getting pregnant that can be treated easily. Typical infertility symptoms among women include:
  • Abnormal periods. Irregular or absent bleeding or bleeding that is heavier or lighter than usual.
  • No periods (amenorrhea). You have never had a period, or periods suddenly stop.
  • Painful periods (aysmenorrhea). Back pain, pelvic pain, and cramping may happen.
  • Advanced woman’s age may cause infertility as early as a woman’s age of 30 years and beyond
  • Being underweight or overweight
  • Having 3 or more consecutive miscarriages
  • Having a chronic illness
  • Having a history of STDs sexually transmitted diseases
  • Smoke or drink too much alcohol
The main reason for infertility among women are ovulation issues associated with a condition called “polycystic ovarian syndome or PCOS”. Symptoms of PCOS and infertility include: Obesity and weight gain, though not all women with PCOS are obese. Acne and other skin changes. Changes in sex drive and desire. Dark hair growth on the lips, chest, and chin. Loss of hair or thinning hair.
Among infertile men there are often no typical infertility symptoms and most men are not aware that they are infertile until a man tries to have a baby.
Male infertility symptoms depend on what is causing the infertility and include: Sexual desire issues, unusual hair growth, testicle issues such as pain, swelling, increase or decrease in testicle size, problems with erections and ejaculation
Take this fertility and infertility symptoms test and find out in less than 60 seconds if you are among those with fertility problems!

 

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