The Cause Of The Uterus Can Not Accept Other Sperm?
hi good night, I want to ask … is it true that there is an invulnerability after a miscarriage ?! because I have a friend she miscarried but without them knowing, after a divorce and she remarried cannot get pregnant except with her ex-husband and after in the USG her womb is immune to other men’s sperm except for the husband’s first divorced sperm.
In general there is no term invulnerability. However, if you see from the story that you tell, maybe what is meant is antisperm antibodies (ASA). This condition causes sperm to be considered a foreign organism so that it is attacked by a woman's immune system. If this happens, it can reduce the chance of pregnancy because sperm have difficulty meeting and fertilizing the egg.
If it is true that there is an ASA condition, the doctor may suggest to carry out IVF / IVF procedures or fertilization of sperm cells and eggs carried out outside the body so that ASA is not affected. Other ways that can be done for example by using condoms for several months, administering immunosuppressants, or paternal leukocyte immunization therapy. Surely the doctor will consider the benefits and risks to you and your husband.
Related to the condition of your friend, your friend should discuss again with an obstetrician who checks whether what is meant by invulnerability is an antisperm antibody or not. Your friend can also consult further about the most appropriate pregnancy program.
Hope it helps you,