female factor infertility

female factor infertility

infertility of a couple because of a problem in the female's reproductive system. Types include cervical factor infertility and tubal factor infertility.
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The role of life style and environmental factors on human fertility has attracted more attention recently and is the subject of worldwide studies on causes of male and female factor infertility.
In the 83 chapters of the first volume, reproductive specialists from India, Australia, North America, Europe, and the Middle East discuss the diagnosis and treatment of infertility, including basic principles of reproductive physiology, the evaluation and management of the infertile couple, reproductive endocrinology, male infertility, female factor infertility, ovulation induction, artificial insemination, types of assisted reproductive technology, complications, recent advances like cryopreservation of ovarian tissue and oocytes, third-party reproduction, future clinical applications like endometrial stem cells and reproduction, grief counseling, and ethical and legal issues.
Patients and ovulation induction: According to infertility etiology, patients were divided into two groups with mild male factor (group M; n=29) and female factor infertility (group F; n=31).
trachomatis is one of the leading global causes of tubal factor infertility (4), and leading causes of female factor infertility.