Female Infertility Specialists: Why they Do and Why Visit One?
Female Infertility: An Introduction
Infertility is termed as a state when a couple is not able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. There are a number of female infertility treatments available, it depends on what is the cause of infertility. Most couples suffering from this problem conceive a child without receiving any treatment. After trying to get pregnant for 2 years, 95% of couples conceive successfully.
Female Infertility Symptoms
The most common female infertility symptoms include pain during sexual intercourse, heavy, long, or painful periods, chronic pelvic pain, fatigue, nausea, irregular periods, and spotting. A menstrual cycle that’s too long, too short, irregular or absent can mean that you (the female) are not ovulating. There are no other outward signs or symptoms.
When to See a Female Infertility Specialist?
When to consult a doctor depends on your age; if you are up to the age of 35, most doctors recommend trying to get pregnant for at least one year before they can start any testing or female infertility treatment. If you are between 35-40, you can discuss your concerns with the doctor after six months of trying to conceive. However, if you are older than 40, your doctor may want to begin the female infertility treatment and testing right away. If you have a history of irregular or painful menstrual cycles, pelvic inflammatory disease, repeated miscarriages, prior cancer treatment, endometriosis, or if you or your partner are suffering from fertility issues, your doctor may recommend beginning the female Infertility tests and treatment right away.
What are the diseases treated by Female infertility specialist?
Some other common diseases treated by female infertility specialists.
If you are suffering from any of the above complications, don’t think twice, search for “Female Infertility Specialist near me” and consult one.
These tips may help optimize fertility if you are thinking about getting pregnant soon or in the future:
Education & Training
To become a female infertility specialist, doctors are required to complete a five and a half years M.B.B.S. graduation program from a medical college followed by a post-graduation in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Furthermore, a Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine is also required to complete the training and education of becoming a specialist in this domain.
Dr. Rishab Sharma
Dr. Rishab Sharma MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine) He is associated with Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur. Dr. Rishab has wide experience in managing a variety of diseases, as well as managing critical care units in large government and corporate hospitals.