How To Get Pregnant Again With A History Of Abortion At 15 Weeks Of Gestation?
One year ago I was pregnant, but at the age of 13 wk was diagnosed to be removed even though the fetus was strong because the condition had a crematous abnormality which the doctor said would eventually die in the uterus but still maintained, because it has no bones and all the skin tissue is full of fluids, yes determined to remove it at the age of 15 wk. It’s been 1.5 years now, I’m still not pregnant again, has there been any impact from before?
Hi Aznuri, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Conditions where a partner cannot get a pregnancy after 1 year or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse is classified as infertility. Infertility can be caused by many factors, it can come from the woman or the man. Infertility can also occur in couples who have previously been pregnant.
Abortion (abortion and fetal removal) that occurred in your previous pregnancy can also be a factor that causes you to have difficulty getting pregnant at this time. Abortion can cause scar tissue or adhesions to the fallopian tubes (the tube connecting the uterus and ovaries). This fallopian tube is where the sperm and egg meet. If there is a blockage in this fallopian tube, fertilization will be difficult.
However, it also needs to consider other factors that can influence infertility. The following are some of the factors that can cause infertility in men:
Diseases of the reproductive organs such as varicoceles, infections of the reproductive tract, erectile dysfunction, ejaculation disorders, tumors or cancer Other diseases such as hormonal disorders, use of certain drugs, history of surgery in the pelvic area and reproductive organs Environmental factors, such as exposure to excessive heat frequent or excessive in the testicular area, exposure to radiation, heavy metals, or certain chemicals Lifestyle factors, such as excess stress, excess body weight, use of illegal drugs, steroid abuse, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption
Several factors can cause infertility in women, including:
Diseases in the reproductive organs, such as infections in the reproductive organs, the presence of myoma or tumors in the uterus, ovarian cysts, disorders of the fallopian tubes, PCOS Other diseases such as certain autoimmune diseases, hormonal disorders, hyper or hypothyroidism Environmental factors, such as radiation exposure, heavy metals , or certain chemicals. Lifestyle factors such as excess stress, too low or too much weight, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption
To solve your problem, you should first find out the cause of your infertility and your partner. You can get checked out by a gynecologist and your partner can see a urologist or an andrologist. Some of the tests that you and your partner may undergo include sperm examination, uterine ultrasound, HSG (hysterosalpingography), hormonal examinations, and so on.
For now, some of the things you and your partner can do:
Have regular sexual intercourse every 2-3 days, or have more frequent sexual intercourse during your fertile period Avoid all lifestyle and environmental factors that can cause infertility in you and your partner Exercise regularly Eat nutritious foods, especially foods that contain antioxidants such as vitamins C and E, zinc
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