Understanding Infertility Causes and Investigations
A simply and visual explanation of infertility causes and baseline investigations. I go through the basic anatomy and physiology of ovulation, conception and implantation and the ways in which pathology can prevent someone from becoming pregnant.
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Infertility affects many couples worldwide. This video walks through the background, causes of and treatments for infertility from both the male and female perspectives.
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What I Learned From Struggling With Infertility
One mom shares what she learned from infertility struggles.
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Infertility in Men and Women: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment | Infertility Treatment for Women
Infertility manifests itself differently in men and women. The symptoms, causes, and treatment options vary for both male and female infertility. Before treatment, it is best to understand them.
Let’s talk about the #infertility symptoms in female first. These can include painful or irregular periods, pain during sex, non-occurrence of periods, symptoms of hormone fluctuations like thinning hair and skin issues. Infertility causes in women relate to the abnormal functioning of the uterus, ovulation disorders, or endometriosis.
Women infertility diagnosis can be conducted by looking at their medical and sexual history. The doctor can also opt for physical examination through ovulation and ovarian reserve testing, hysterosalpingogram (HSG), transvaginal ultrasound, or hormone testing. If a patient is diagnosed with infertility, women infertility treatment can be done through medication to boost fertility, surgical procedures, or ovulation induction. They can also undergo surgeries tubal surgery, myomectomy, or transvaginal ultrasound aspiration to restore fertility.
Infertility symptoms in men are different. They may notice reduced sex drive, testicle pain or swelling, or have trouble maintaining an erection, which can be symptomatic of infertility. Sometimes, it is caused due to genetic conditions. More frequently, infertility causes in men are hormonal disorders, sexual disorders, or abnormal production of sperms.
If you suspect infertility, it would be best to consult a doctor. They may recommend semen analysis, hormone testing, ultrasound (TRUS), scrotal doppler, genetic testing, or testicular biopsy to make accurate male infertility diagnosis. The primary mode of treatment could be medication to boost sperm count. Otherwise, some surgical options available for male infertility treatment are varicocele surgery, vasovasostomy, vasoepididymostomy, and transurethral resection of ejaculatory duct (TURED).
Today, there are Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART) that can help to boost fertility and lead to pregnancy. Some of them are:
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) - transferring sperm into the woman’s uterus
In-vitro Fertilization (IVF) - Fertilizing an egg in a lab by using natural selection.
Intra-cytoplasmic injection (ICSI) - Fertilizing an egg in a lab by using manual selection.
Vitrification - freezing eggs or sperms to be used later.
Currently, the success of the above procedures depends on the woman’s age, and they are most successful in women below 35 years of age.
Infertility can also be prevented by adopting healthier habits. To maintain good fertility, one should exercise regularly, engage in regular intercourse, avoid alcohol and smoking, reduce caffeine intake and exposure to toxins, and maintain a healthy weight.
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Get Pregnant Fast with Unexplained Infertility
Unexplained infertility is frustrating but there are fertility treatments to help you get pregnant fast.
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Unexplained infertility is perhaps the most frustrating diagnosis to have. You have been trying to get pregnant, have done a whole bunch of tests and everything comes back normal. So what do you do? Find out on today’s episode of infertility TV
First make sure you have completed all of the standard infertility tests. You should have checked to make sure you ovulate, that your uterus is normal and fallopian tubes are open, that your ovarian reserve is normal, an ultrasound of your pelvis is normal, your thyroid is functioning as it should and your husband has a normal semen analysis and CapScore
If all of those tests are normal, then you can consider a few different treatments to speed up the time it takes for you to get pregnant. All of these treatment have two things in common. They use some kind of fertility medication and some method to increase the chance of getting his sperm to meet your egg.
Let's start with the easiest treatment. This uses the fertility medication called Clomid or clomiphene citrate. The idea here is that normally you release only one egg each month. USing Clomid, you can increase the number of eggs released and have a better chance that one of those eggs will get fertilized and implant in your uterus.
It's very important that your doctor monitors you to determine when you ovulate. At the time of ovulation, instead of just having intercourse alone, consider having an IUI or intrauterine insemination. This will increase the number of sperm that gets into your fallopian tubes and increase the chance for pregnancy. This is true even if your partner has normal sperm testing.
You can try clomid with IUI up to four times. If you are still not pregnant, consider moving to a different treatment.
Another option is to use injection of fertility medication instead of clomid. Injections, like Follistim or Gonal F are more potent than Clomid. It is common to get more eggs to develop. As a result, the pregnancy rates with injections are higher than for Clomid. You should also do IUI with injections.
A word of caution here. The pregnancy rates are better which is great but there is a higher risk of having a multiple pregnancy compared to Clomid. And we are not just talking twins. There is a higher chance for having triplet quadruplets or even more.
One of the best treatments for unexplained infertility is IVF. The pregnancy rates are higher than they are for any other treatment. An added advantage is you get more control over your risk of multiple pregnancy. The best IVF programs in the world in 2019 put one embryo at a time into the uterus and so the risk for a multiple pregnancy is only a few percentage points.
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Unexplained Infertility: A Fertility Doctor Explains the Treatment Options
Board certified OBGYN and REI, Dr. Natalie Crawford, MD, reviews unexplained infertility. Unexplained infertility is when couples do not have a known reason for their infertility. After testing sperm, ovarian reserve, ovulation, and uterus, tubes - and everything comes back normal, many couples are frustrated! Learn about the research guiding us on making infertility treatment decisions.
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Injectable hormones (gonadotropins)
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Reindollar, Richard H. et al. A randomized clinical trial to evaluate optimal treatment for unexplained infertility: the fast track and standard treatment (FASTT) trial. Fertility and Sterility, Volume 94, Issue 3, 888 - 899.
Goldman, Marlene B. et al. A randomized clinical trial to determine optimal infertility treatment in older couples: the Forty and Over Treatment Trial (FORT-T). Fertility and Sterility, Volume 101, Issue 6, 1574 - 1581.e2
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PREGNANT AFTER 15 YEARS OF INFERTILITY - Q&A
Hey guys!! I cannot even believe this is a video that I am able to film, today is a Q&A about finally getting pregnant after YEARS of infertility!!! I am going to answer all of your frequently asked questions, and I will timestamp them as well below in case you want to skip around.
I sort of answer things here and there throughout, discuss my symptoms, how i've been feeling mentally, coming to terms with never being a mother and then having to come to terms with the fact that I AM going to be a mom. This has been an absolute emotional rollercoaster, and getting to the point where I can even begin to accept that I am going to have a baby.. we are going to be parents.. is the hardest thing I can explain. I KNEW in my heart and soul I would NEVER get pregnant, so this is a shock to say the absolute least.
I know when I am speaking about this, shock is the main emotion I convey - But DO KNOW that we are SO SO SO unbelievably happy, elated & SO excited. I think when we can FINALLY see that the baby is growing, happy and healthy (at the 20 week ultrasound) I will be able to be FULLY relaxed and be able to accept that this is FULLY HAPPENING. Right now, I still have a LOT of anxiety about my body failing me and causing problems for the baby, so every time I see or hear the baby, its like music to my ears!
I have such bad health related anxiety, that I was SO certain something might go wrong. Before the first ultrasound, I was certain it would either be ectopic or no heartbeat - I was wrong. Before we heard the heartbeat, I was certain they wouldn't find it - they did. When they did the genetic testing to see if I was a carrier of something that could be passed on to the baby, I was SURE I would be - and I wasn't. My anxiety stops me from fully enjoying anything, because of the fear of the unknown - but I am now trying to FULLY allow myself to enjoy and embrace this pregnancy, and that is an unbelievable and amazing feeling.
I am 16 weeks pregnant *my weeks turn over on Saturdays, the day I filmed this video*
Everything else is answered in the video!
1:45 - Infertility History - did we try for this? Why was I infertile? Was this planned, Why did I test, How long have I known?
15:54 - Did keto help me get pregnant?
18:40 - Are me and baby high risk due to the infertility history?
19:37 - How am I handling/treating cluster headaches while pregnant?
22:42 - Did I film my husband/families reactions?
22:54 - Are my cats treating me any differently? Do they notice?
23:08 - I know you accepted not being a mom, do you feel its the right time in your life to have a baby or do I wish It happened at another time?
29:19 - What is my due date?
29:31 - Pregnancy Symptoms - how am I feeling?
44:17 - Do we know the s*x of the baby yet?
44:37 - Would I ever consider daily vlogging/being a fam vlogger?
45:53 - Any baby names?
46:04 - What are we the most excited about/nervous about?
48:38 - My rare condition in pregnancy
50:00 - How did my doctors react?
50:26 - Any weird food cravings?
51:11 - Birth plan?
53:46 - What is the strangest or most surprising thing physically you have felt?
54:27 - Will you be filming the process of creating the nursery/babies room?
55:16 - Crazy how you wouldn’t be where you are today if you were able to get pregnant when you were TTC back in 2011 - Thoughts?
56:09 - What do you think the s*x of the baby is if you had to guess?
56:57 - Belly shot at 16 weeks pregnant
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An Approach to Male Infertility
A discussion of the causes and evaluation of male infertility.
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With fourteen years of clinical experience dealing with fertility issues, Jessica has gained a reputation for helping people to conceive where everything else has failed. Jessica is co-author of the ‘Guilt Free Gourmet’, and regularly features in Irish media. She has also featured as the ‘Ask the Expert’ on herfamily.ie and rollercoaster.ie. As your ‘Fertility Detective’, Jessica’s goal is to help her clients get pregnant and stay pregnant!” With fourteen years of clinical experience dealing with fertility issues, Jessica has gained a reputation for helping people to conceive where everything else has failed. Jessica is co-author of the ‘Guilt Free Gourmet’, and regularly features in Irish media. She has also featured as the ‘Ask the Expert’ on herfamily.ie and rollercoaster.ie. As your ‘Fertility Detective’, Jessica’s goal is to help her clients get pregnant and stay pregnant!” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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This Is What Infertility Really Looks Like | Shara Hutchinson | TEDxColumbusWomen
Infertility and pregnancy loss are often taboo subjects, however, after an 8 year battle with both, Shara Hutchinson, author of I Still Want To Be A Mom, breaks her silence on these topics. She shares her gripping story and introduces the concept that it takes a “village” to support those dealing with infertility and loss. She gives advice to “the village” on how to interact with those struggling to conceive or to maintain a pregnancy. Shara Hutchinson is the author of I STILL Want to Be a Mom: An Inspirational Guide to Help Women Struggling with Infertility. She is also the founder of the I Still Want To Be A Mom Foundation . This organization was founded to educate, inspire, and support women diagnosed with infertility. After an 8-year journey with infertility and loss, she is on a mission to raise awareness on these topics while encouraging those affected. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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Male Infertility Causes and Treatments | Fertility Doctor Explains
In approximately 40 to 50 percent of infertility cases, a male factor is present and is either causing the couple’s inability to conceive, or contributing to the cause. This can include a low sperm count (oligospermia), no sperm count (azoospermia), or decreased sperm motility (asthenospermia). Dr. Paul Shin, Reproductive Urologist at Shady Grove Fertility, answers the following questions:
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