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Are you trying to get pregnant? Are you receiving failed results continuously? Failure t o conceive is not at all an exclusive problem. Numerous couple goes through this. There is nothing to be ashamed of. What you need is a good guidance and ARC Fertility will surely provide you with that. When you ate associated with ARC Fertility you can be assured that you will be taken good care of.

One of the reasons that you are failing to conceive a child is because of an underlying gynecological condition. Yes, there are several gynecological conditions that may prevent you from getting pregnant. Before taking any precautions or undergo a treatment, you first need to understand what problem you have. The main gynecological conditions that affect pregnancy are:

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
PCOS is a common condition among women. At least 1 in 5 women are affected by this. In this condition the ovaries tends to contain small cysts or follicles that may or may not grow or mature. However, they generally produce eggs that are not capable of fertilizing.

There are three ways by which PCOS may affect your fertility:

  • Irregular menstruation cycle and an inconsistent ovulation.
  • It increases the chances of anesthetic and pregnancy complications, which are mainly related to weight.
  • Being overweight can significantly reduce the chances of getting pregnant, even with a a normal ovulation.

Endometriosis
This is another common gynecological condition affecting women of reproductive age. Endometriosis affects women over 30 years, who haven’t had any children yet. One in ten women is affected by this.

Endometrial cells line the uterus, however, in some cases it starts growing outside the uterus in the pelvis, including the ovaries. This condition is known as endometriosis. Research and studies have shown that the embryo created from the eggs of an endometric ovary are extremely poor in quality and tend to cause miscarriages or fails to fertilize.

Fibroids
Another very common gynecological problem affecting women of reproductive age is fibroids. Around 80% of the women have experienced fibroids in their lifetime. Fibroids are benign uterine growths that affect fertility of a woman. There are three types of fibroids based on the location it grows –

  • Intramural – in the uterine wall
  • Subserosal – on the outer surface of the uterus.
  • Submucosal – protruding into the cavity of the uterus.

Gynecological Conditions and Fertility Symptoms Checker Tools
There are tools that will help you to find out whether you have any of the gynecological conditions that is preventing you from getting pregnant. You will have to provide all the necessary details and the tool will generate an answer based on the information that you have provided. The information must be genuine and accurate. However, this is just for guidance purpose. You must consult a specialized fertility doctor before taking any radical steps.

Why Choose ARC Fertility?
ARC Fertility, a state-of-the-art facility, is equipped with these advanced tools that help to provide the patients all the necessary treatments, with as little inconvenience as it is possible. You can be assured that you will be looked after with thorough care by the experienced doctors and the nurses.