Female Infertility

Menarche frequently occurs at the young age of 12.5 years in the United States. Ovulation is absent in roughly 80% of first-year cycles, 50% of third-year cycles, and 10% of sixth-year cycles in postmenopausal girls. The onset of menopause usually happens between the ages of 48 and 55. The woman's window for conception is now closed. The biggest factor affecting a woman's fertility and chances of getting pregnant and having a child is her age. Some of the most well-known causes of infertility in women include endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), tubal obstruction, and advanced maternal age, which reduces egg quantity and quality. 10% of all couples in America who are of reproductive age, or around 6.1 million couples, struggle with infertility. Additionally, obesity in conceptive health causes heavy menstruation and heavy menstrual flow.

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