Fertility is one of the most complex topics to be discussed when it comes to human health. Even though scientists have already made a number of great breakthroughs in the understanding of how exactly fertility works, there still seems to be a lack of specifics regarding why some people are finding it more difficult to reproduce. Infertility can affect both men and women and can have a dreadful impact on the lives of a couple when they decide to start a family. One report claims that as much as 10% of adult women in the United States suffer from symptoms associated with infertility.
How Infertility Is Diagnosed
The diagnosis of infertility amongst a human individual, either male or female, is rather complex. One cannot expect to be diagnosed with this condition after failing once, but only after continuously trying to conceive without any success for a longer period of time. The very first step that needs to be taken to provide an accurate diagnosis is to identify the cause of the affected patient’s infertility. There is a number of different factors that may cause an interference with fertility, so each of these has to be explored by the physician observing the patient.
Amongst men, a semen analysis is often one of the first tests. Additional tests that may be conducted include hormone testing, imaging tests, genetic testing and, in certain cases, a physician may also recommend a testicular biopsy. When a woman is suspected to be infertile, tests to identify the possible cause may include ovulation testing, a hysterosalpingography, ovarian reserve testing, hormone testing and certain imaging tests.
Pharmaceutical And Medical Treatments For Infertility
The initial treatment approach to providing an improvement in the fertility of a patient that is considered infertile would be to target the cause that was identified during the diagnosis of the condition. Since there are quite a large number of different causes, ranging from physical obstructions to hormonal issues, the treatment plan will usually differ from one patient to another patient.
In many cases, a physician overseeing a patient will recommend some initial lifestyle changes. This may include implementing an exercise program into their daily routine, limiting their exposure to cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs, and also to reduce their intake of certain pharmaceutical drugs that may be interfering with their fertility. Additional diet recommendations might also be provided to help boost fertility.
There are some pharmaceutical medications that can be given to men who have a low sperm count, or when their overall sperm quality is low. This option is not always successful but has helped some men conceive successfully. When a man is unable to ejaculate, sperm can also be retrieved from his body and the woman can then be fertilized using a variety of techniques.
Amongst women, fertility drugs are often used to stimulate ovulation. This has helped some women achieve a successful pregnancy, but is not always the best option, as some risks are involved in the use of these drugs. In many cases, the use of Intrauterine Insemination may be a good option when the woman is unable to fall pregnant, even after trying continuously. Furthermore, when a physical obstruction or problem is causing infertility in a woman, she may also be advised to undergo surgery in order to correct such problem and potentially restore her fertility.
Understanding The Role Of Bioresonance
Bioresonance therapy is becoming more widely accepted throughout the world as an option for providing a way to relieve the symptoms of many conditions, and as a powerful diagnostic tool. While these devices do not provide a “miracle cure” for individuals who have been deemed infertile, the use of a Bioresonance device for a complete body scan may be useful in determining what may be interfering with an affected patient’s fertility. Instead of providing a diagnosis like with medical tests, the use of a Bioresonance device will provide an overview of areas within the patient’s body that may be emitting signals considered abnormal – these may be from infection sites or other possible issues. Additional data may help the patient understand if these issues could be what is causing them to experience reduced fertility and may also be useful in providing adequate techniques for correcting these “abnormal” electronic waves that are present in the patient’s body.
Infertility can seem like a disaster for a couple who is trying to have their own child, but numerous treatments have shown promising results when it comes to improving the fertility of both men and women. Bioresonance therapy may be a useful tool in the initial diagnosis of infertility, providing a more accurate reading on why this issue may be present in the first place. While further research is still needed, the potential of Bioresonance therapy in the diagnosis and treatment plan of infertility has been proven.