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Monday, 23 March 2009
Currently, it is believed that if a regular sex life pregnancy does not occur during the year, you'll need to raise the issue of infertility and to begin screening and treatment of spouses.
Term - 1 year - defined statistically: it is proved that 30% of healthy couples pregnancy occurs in the first three months of living together, even at 60% - over the next seven, the remaining 10% - through eleven - twelve months after the onset of sexual activity . Thus, a year - enough time to assess the fertility of couples and in the absence of pregnancy to talk about the barren marriage.
According to the International Classification of Diseases 10 th revision of the following factors of infertility:

     * Trubnaya-peritoneal, when after an earlier inflammatory processes genitalia, abortion, childbirth, operations on the pelvic organs are anatomical barriers to advancement of germ cells and fertilization.
     * Endocrine - that the change in hormone levels leads to a violation of maturing ova and ovulation, or lack of implantation and fetal development of the eggs. The reasons for such changes, the hormonal background may be as damaging to the central point in the regulation of reproductive function (hypothalamus-pituitary) and peripheral (the ovaries, adrenal glands, thyroid or pancreas).
     * Immune accompanied by, the formation of antibodies to the sexual cells, tissue ovary, endometrium, and the imbalance of cytokines, or HLA-compatibility between spouses.
     * Uterine where pathological processes in the uterus, accompanied by deformation of the cavity or impaired endometrial prevent pregnancy.
     * Man with a decrease in quantity or decrease the mobility and the ability of sperm fecundating.
     * Other forms of which include the genetic causes and endometriosis.
     * Unclear etiology, diagnosis is exposed only after the endoscopic diagnostic methods (laparoscopy, hysteroscopy) in the absence of - or pathology.

According to the literature in the structure of infertility is not more than 20% of infertility is the sole causal factor, up to 60% of a combination of 2 or more factors of female infertility (mixed genesis), from 20 to 40% for the couple and then the male and female infertility factors ( associated genes).
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