Remember one thing, infertility is not a disease but an outcome of diseases. So, you can surely become pregnant if you treat those diseases effectively.

Around one in seven couples around the globe are now suffering from infertility. This infertility can be due to female infertility, male infertility, or because of both.
Sometimes, lifestyle habits also make people infertile or increase the risk of infertility. So, it is not always the medical causes, it can be environmental or lifestyle which causes hurdles in you conceiving the child. Sometimes, the advanced age of the mother or abnormal BMI can also lead to infertility. For the male, extra stress or smoking also leads to infertility.

So, here we will discuss about the medical condition which lead to infertility and how to work on them:

1. Can I get pregnant with endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a situation where the endometrium starts growing out of the uterus.

For external endometriosis and ovarian cysts, the use of birth control pills, progesterone, synthetic progestogens, and even longer courses of aGRnH is not successful. And in most cases, such treatment delays the progression of endometriosis just marginally increases patients ' psychological and physical pain and does not contribute to the pregnancy they want.

Combined with surgical care, the use of assisted reproductive technologies (ART), in particular IVF (in vitro fertilization), has become a recent trend that has broadened the scope of endometriosis treatments.
An important advantage of using IVF in women with endometriosis provides a high probability of pregnancy.

2. What is PCOS? Will it affect fertility?
Many tiny, fluid-filled sacs inside the ovaries develop in PCOS. The term "polycystic" means "a lot of cysts." In fact, these sacs are follicles, each containing an immature egg. The eggs never ripen enough to cause ovulation.

The loss of ovulation effects estrogen, progesterone, FSH, and LH levels. The levels of estrogen and progesterone are lower than normal while the levels of androgen are higher than average.

The menstrual cycle is interrupted by the extra male hormones, so women with PCOS get fewer cycles than normal.

3. Can I get pregnant with PCOS?
An increase in blood glucose levels leads to the development of PCOS. So, you need to keep track of your blood glucose levels by imposing serious restrictions on your diet and keep exercising. With this, you will lose weight as well. So, out of 5, 4 women start ovulating regularly and thus increase their chances of conception. Doctors can also prescribe you a hormone therapy which will help you in reducing the production of androgens in your body, thus, getting a regular cycle.

4. Getting pregnant using ART
ART refers to Assisted Reproductive techniques like IUI and IVF which help you to get pregnant.

IUI is a procedure in which the sperm is pumped directly into the female's uterus during ovulation, reducing the sperm movement to the egg. During ovulation the female releases one egg which is picked up at the end of the fallopian tube where she waits for the sperm to be released. IN IUI, high-quality sperms are then inserted into the uterus to improve pregnancy chances.

In-Vitro fertilization (IVF) is popular in the treatment of infertility. Secondly, the ovaries are stimulated by the use of "fertility drugs" to produce multiple follicles. Ultrasound monitoring of follicle number and development along with blood hormone levels determines when the eggs mature with a single injection. The fertility doctor then uses a small needle to separate the ovaries from the eggs and fertilizes them with sperm in a specialized laboratory. The eggs are processed after fertilization and develop into embryos. 3-5 days later the specialist can move the embryo to the uterus.

• IVF with an Egg donor
Some time due to the advanced age of females or any genetic abnormality she cannot use her own eggs. In such a case, she needs a younger girl who can donate her eggs to make family possible for infertile couples. The lady who donates her eggs is known as “egg donor”. The IVF with egg donation is popular in infertility treatment. The success rate of IVF with egg donors is higher thus, improve the chances of pregnancy.

• IVF with Gestational surrogacy
Rarely, a woman cannot conceive due to faulty uterus or missing uterus. Some medical conditions like a chronic heart condition, high blood pressure, thyroid, or kidney malfunction also make it risky for a woman to carry the pregnancy. The child and mother can be at risk. That is why to them, opting for a gestational surrogate mother is advised. This process is known as gestational surrogacy (Read more:

The lady who carries the baby is known as a gestational carrier or surrogate mother. For single male or gay couples, using an egg donor surrogate is the only way of becoming a father.

So, if you are a part of the IVF treatment then don't worry. There are around 2.3 million couples around the globe seeking the help of the IVF for becoming parents. Please note that the right help is available and you should not suffer in silence.

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Author's Bio: 

I am Neelam Chhagani, chief Surrogacy Consultant with more than 10 years of experience in international surrogacy, representing IVF Conceptions. I help parents with alternative parenthood programs like IVF egg donation and Surrogacy services globally. It will be my great pleasure to assist you.
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