Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Fertility and Infertility : Infertility Treatment (Definition, Types, Types, Causes, Risks and Side Effects ) With Conventional Perspective

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Overcome Infertility ( IV ) contains 46 Articles including , "Infertility Treatments ( Definition, Types and Side Effects) with Conventional Perspective " from Article 88- 123 and is for information and education purpose only, please read other health article writers' publication if you need more information of above subjects.

Fertility is a natural process to insure the survival of human species. Through natural selection, we produce many offspring when the reproductive system works at it's peak in the suitable environment with plenty foods around. On the other hand, the reductive system may completely shut down or work at it;s minimum state and we produce less offspring, when the environment is hostile including less foods around, war, epidemic, etc. But regardless any situation. most women are capable to conceive sometimes before menopause.

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Conventional Medication

88. Overcome Female Infertility --Definition, Types and Side Effects of Conventional Medication In Treating Hormone Imbalance
Conventional medication treating hormone imbalance contains agents which help to stimulate the ovaries in mature egg production thereby increasing the chance of pregnancy for infertile couple. The medication is only given to women who are diagnosed with ovulation dysfunction.

89. Overcome Infertility --Definition, Types of Non Surgical I Fertility Method
Non surgical infertility problem is considered as a problem which can not be treated by medication and surgery such as impotence and sexual dysfunction in men and hyperproclatinemia. The fertility of a couple is assisted by some types of assisting reproductive technology.

Overcome Infertility -- Types and Risks of Conventional Medication Surgery In Treating Infertility
Laparotomy microsurgery is surgical procedure which helps to remove the endometrial scar tissues which in some way interferes with the female fertilization process or reconstruct or repair the Fallopian tube by using a microscope.

91.Overcome Female Infertility -- Progesterone Supplement: Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Progesterone is a type of hormone produced in our body in regulating the menstrual cycle. The women body start to produce progesterone just before ovation in order to make mucus friendly to sperm invasion. The rise of levels of progesterone after ovulation helps to soften the uterine lining for preparation of fertilized egg.

92. Overcome Female Infertility -Ovulatory Dysfunction Agent-Definition, Effect and Side Effects of Conventional Medication In Treating Hormone Imbalance
Since ovulatory dysfunction is one of the most common causes for infertility in otherwise fertile couples. Ovulatory dysfunction medication is defined as conventional medication which helps to restore the successful ovulation resulting in fertility.

93. Overcome Female Infertility --Follicle-stimulating hormone ( FSH): Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Follicle-stimulating hormone ( FSH) is made from purified urine of postmenopause women. It is uses to treat ovulation disoeder and stimulate the follicle and egg production.

94. Overcome Female Infertility -- Human menopause gonadotrophins (HMG): Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Human menopausal gonadotropins (HMG) contain both (LH) luteinizing hormone(LH) and follicle stimulating hormone(FSH) which is used for women with ovulation disorder by striggering the ovulation in production of follicle and egg. HMG is one of the medical technique which may be necessary for women who agree to IUI, IVF and other ART procedures.

95. Overcome Female Infertility -- Humam chorionic gonadotropin (HCG): Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Humam chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is either made from urine of pregnant women or hormone produced by human placenta. It is used conjunction with FSH and HMG as we mentioned in previous article.

96. Overcome Female Infertility --Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH): Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH) is a synthesis GrNH hormone which helps to replace or increase the levels of GrNH in stimulating the production of LH and FSH by the pituitary gland.

97. Overcome Female Infertility -- Prolaction Medicine: Definition, Effects, Side Effects and Risk
Prolactin medicine is a synthesis prolactin hormone which inhibits the levels of prolaction hormone in the body. High levels of prolaction may interfere with ovulation leading to infertility

Types of Artificial Inseminations ( Non Surgical Problems )

98.Overcome Infertility --Intra cervical inseminationof Conventional Medication
Intra cervical insemination( ICI) is defined as a advance technological infertility treatment by placing the male partner sperm directly into the female partner cervix, thereby increasing the chance of sperm swimming through the uterus and into the Fallopian tube. ICI is less expensive than other artificial insemination and can be performed by your reproductive specialist at his or her office.

99. Overcome Infertility --Intrauterine inseminationof Conventional Medication
Unlike intracervical insemination, intrauterine insemination (IUI) is defined as placing the warmed prepared sperm into the woman's uterus 2 -3 days before and after ovulation with the purpose of getting the sperm closer to the egg, thereby increasing the chance of fertilization.

100. Overcome Infertility --Gamete intraFallopian tube transfer (GIFT) of Conventional Medication
Gamete intrafallopian tube (GIFT) is simple ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) technique and defined as placing the mature eggs at the far end of the follopian tube of the female partner together with the male partner sperm.

101. Overcome Infertility-- Zygote intrafallopian tube transfer
Similar to Gamete intrafallopian tube (GIFT), Zygote intrafallopian tube transfer (ZIFT) is defined as placing the zogote (the fertilized but undivided egg) directly into the woman's fallopian tubes, in order to maximize the chance of fertility.

102. Overcome Infertility --Tubal embryo transfer (TET)of Conventional Medication
The operation is carried out as a day-case procedure under a general anaesthesia with the use of medical laparoscopy. Unlike ZIFT, after the eggs are collected and allowed to fertilized with the male partner sperm, the zogotes are cultivated in the lab for 2 days and the embryos are replaced into the female partner fallopian tube.

Overcome Infertility --Intrasytoplastic Sperm Injection (ICSI) of Conventional Medication
Intrasytoplastic sperm injestion (ICSI) is defined as a fertility medical technique which uses a small needle to inject a sperm into the center of the egg.

104. Overcome Infertility --Testicle sperm extraction (TESE) of Conventional Medication
Testicle sperm extraction (TESE) is a medical advance technique which extract sperm directly from the testicle of the male infertility partner.

105. Overcome Infertility --Assisted Hatching of Conventional Medication
The assisted hatching technique is only suggected to infertile couple who have failed IVF cycles , , a couple whose embryos have a particularly "hard to break into" outer layer or women older then 37 year of age.
Under a microscope by using micromanipulation techniques and during the third day of embryo development, your reproductive specialist places a tiny chemical solution on the outer coating of the embryo. which helps to open a small hole. This tiny chemical solution begins to slowly digest the protective layering, creating a small hole and steroid antibody is given in the fourth days before embryo is transferred into the female partner uterus for implantation.

106. Overcome Infertility --Cryopreservation of Conventional Medication
In fertility, cryopreservation is technique or process where sperm, embryo or unfertilized eggs are frozen and preserved in a liquid nitrogen at very low temperature between 77 K or −196 °C

Hormonal Dysfunction in Conventional perspective

107. Overcome Infertility -- Immune Dysfunction In Conventional Perspective
Immune system helps to recognize the foreign invasion such as forming of free radicals, bacteria and virus and destroy them. For some reasons, Some women and men immune system become abnormal, leading the immune system to attach it's own body tissues or view the sperm as foreign invasion.

108. Overcome Infertility --Treating Anti-phospholipid antibody Syndrome
Anti phospholipid antibody is lupuslike syndrome and defined as a condition which causes blood clotting in the arteries or veins and various other problems including Lupus anticoagulant and anticardiolopin antibody. Some women may have anti phospholipid antibody but does show any symptom of immune antibody disorder.

109. Overcome Infertility --Anti-Nuclear Antibody (ANA) in Conventional Perspective
Antinuclear antibody is defined as specific class of auto antibodies which have the ability to attack structures in the nucleus of cells instead of performing the normal antibody function. It can be detected through blood sample withdrawn from the patient vein.

110. Overcome Infertility --Treating Anti Thyroid Antibodies in Conventional Perspective
Anti Thyroid Antibodies are defined as abnormal function of antibodies produced by immune system act directly against the thyroid gland. It may be caused by inflammation of the thyroid gland leading to abnormal production of certain antithyroid antibodies such as antithyroglobulin and antimicrosomal that cause miscarriage by attacking the placental or fetal tissues.

111. Overcome Infertility -- Treating Anti-sperm Antibody In Conventional Perspective
Antisperm antibody can be produced by either partner. It is defined as a certain class of protein attaches themselves to the sperm, causing other cells in the immune system to attack them, leading to low quality sperm in men and effecting the ability of sperm to fertilize the egg in women.

Types of Structure Problem and Surgical Treatments

112. Overcome Female Infertility -- Types of Structure Problem In Conventional Treatment
Reproductive structure problem is defined as inability of an organ to perform it's normal function due to damage or abnormal appearance which is caused by scar, adhesion or tumour attached to the organ. Normally, these types of problem can be corrected by surgery.

113. Overcome female Infertility --Conventional Medication and Congenital Uterine Abnormalities
Most cases of sepatate uterus can be detected by hysteroscopy. In this prodcedure, a hysperoscopy which is thin instrument called a hysteroscope is passed through your vagina and cervix and into your uterus, so your doctor can have a clean view of your uterus.

114. Overcome Infertility -How Conventional Medication Helps to Treat Tubal damage or adhesion
These types of structure problem can be corrected through surgery. It is perform through a small through the navel by a laparoscopy or a small incision in the lower abdomen by a laparotomy.
a) Tubal reanastomosis
It helps to repair the tube damaged by scar tissue and reverse tubal ligation. In this procedure an incision is made into the abdomen to gain access to the fallopian tubes and carefully the damage caused by scar is remove or the tube are reattached back together if it is reverse tubal ligation.

Overcome Female Infertility -- Conventional Medication Helps to Treat Endometriosis
Endometriosis is caused by endometrial cell growing somewhere else instead of endometrium. Normally, it does not far then the abdominal cavity. If endometrial implant and adhesion is attached to the reproductive organs, it may causes blockage or interferes with normal function of reproductive system, including the ovaries, Fallopian tube and uterus.

116. Overcome Female Infertility -- How Conventional Surgery helps to Treat Asherman's syndrome
Asherman's syndrome is a condition in which scar tissues join one part of the uterus wall to the another. In some case, it may completely covered the uterine cavity.

117. Overcome Female Infertility -- How Conventional Surgery helps to Treat Fibroid tumors
Normally, fibroid is left alone with regular check up, if they do not interfere with regular menstrual cycle and fertility. If they start growing rapidly, cause serious pain or discomfort, or grow rapidly and interfere with the process of conception, then surgery may be required.

Types of Structure Problem in Conventional Medicine Perspective

118. Overcome Male Infertility -- Types of Structure Problem in Conventional Perspective
Male structure reproductive problem is defined as a abnormal penis ejaculation. It is caused by congenital defect, damage or injure to the testicle, leading to abnormal sperm count and sometimes interfering with normal fertility.

119. Overcome Male Infertility -- How Conventional Surgery helps to Treat Retrograde Ejaculation
It may be caused by prostate surgery, a spinal injury, diabetes, high blood pressure medication and congenital problems and medication such as pseudoephedrine or imipramine or someone having a history of testicle cancer. Maintaining good blood sugar control may help to control it if you have diabetes. If retrograde ejaculation is caused by medication, please discontinue the medication and consult your doctor immediately.

Overcome Male Infertility -- How Conventional Medication Help to Treat Undescended Testicle
Undescended testicle is birth defect condition, baby boy born with this condition usually self corrected within six months after birth. If the testicles are not descended themselves, then surgery is required.

121. Overcome Male Infertility -- How Conventional Medication Helps to Treat Block and Missing Ducts
Women who have taken the anti miscarriage DES during pregnancy may causes congenital malformed vas deferens or missing seminal vesicle to the child (if it is a boy).

Overcome Male Infertility -- How Conventional Medication Helps to Treat Hypospadias and epispadias
These are congenital birth defect condition, where the opening of the penis is either on the under side or upper side of the penis, leading ejaculation malfunction.

123. Overcome Male Infertility -- How Conventional Surgery Helps to Treat Torsion
Torsion is a condition of testicle injure that causes the testicle to twist away to protect itself inside the scrotum. It can be corrected by surgery and must be differentiated from other complaints of testicular pain because any delay of treatment can cause loss of the testicle. If the condition is left untreated for too long, it may cause shrinking of the test, leading to low sperm count or semen with no sperm.

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Written By Kyle J. Norton. All right reserved. Any reproduction is allowed only with author mane and all links intact.

A, Back To Overcome Fertility ( I ) Definition of Fertility, Infertility and Causes of Infertility Article 1- 35

B. Fertility and Infertility ( II ) What causes the Causes of Fertility, Diagnosis Conventional Perspective Article 36- 63 plus article 86 and 87

C. Fertility and Infertility ( III ) What causes the Causes of Fertility, Diagnosis Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM Perspective Article 64- 85

D. Fertility and Infertility(IV) : Infertility Treatment (Definition, Types and Side Effects)with Conventional Perspective article 88-123

E. Fertility and Infertility (V) Infertility Treatment: Herbs, Chinese Herbs, Vitamins, Minerals, Other Supplements Over counter medication and Diet Article 124- 194??

F. Fertility and Infertility (VI) - Other Causes of Infertility ( New Series Articles )

G. Fertility and Infertility (VII) Fertility Diet ( Diet to Conceive)

H.Fertility and Infertility (VIII) in Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective
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