The most important problem when the occurrence of secondary infertility, most of these events are caused by the factor of maternal age. Mothers who have successfully conceived their first babies, mostly think that there will be no problems on the next day. So that you will provide an age range far enough to wait for the birth of the next baby. When you will start trying again in the next few years you will not realize that you are getting older. At that very moment some problems will arise for you. A woman’s fertility will decrease when she reaches 35 years of age. This can also be seen in the success of the IVF program. On old woman less than 30 years, IVF success rate can reach from 30% to 50%. If the woman reaches 35 years of age, the success rate of the IVF program will be 20% to 30% only. And if a woman reaches 40 years of age, the success rate of IVF drops drastically to no more than 10%. In addition, there are still many couples who have problems with fertility from the start, but have the good fortune to have their first baby. The cause of this infertility can be experienced by couples, including ovulation problems, blockage of the fallopian tubes, and problems in men, usually the quality of the sperm produced is not good.
The following are the most common causes of a woman’s infertility, and some have to do with ovulation:
1. Early menopause. This early menopause is the loss of menstruation and is the very first sign of the end of ovarian follicles in a woman before the age of 40. A person will be said to experience premature menopause when the function of the ovaries or ovaries stops and menstruation also stops before entering the age of 40 years. Certain diseases and radiation therapy can trigger early menopause in women.
2. Ovarian Syndrome Polycystic or PCOS. PCOS is a condition that can cause androgen hormones to be produced excessively and one that causes women to experience infertility. This can cause some problems with ovulation as well as interrupted menstrual cycles.
3. Damage to the fallopian tubes or tubes. When the fallopian tubes become inflamed, they may be caused by blockage or scarring which in turn can lead to infertility. The damage is usually caused by infection with sexually transmitted diseases.
4. The expiration factor. Age is often considered to be a factor related to infertility that occurs in a woman. Women who are over 40 years of age have lower and less healthy eggs.
5. Endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition of the uterine tissue in the body outside the uterus. These conditions can affect the ovaries, uterus, and sperm function.