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How infertility pressurizes women

Tuesday 23 January 2018

How infertility pressurizes women

How infertility pressurizes women

Almost every 1 in 7 couples are facing the problem of delivering a baby. The causes of infertility are in both men and women. Many women opt to go for fertility treatments and they are more at risk than faced by men. Women of all ages may be in 20’s, 30’s and 40’s are laying their face to many problems for a successful delivery. The risks that are behind the infertility treatments pressurize women a lot. 

Women are prone to many problems like which may be due to age or due to lifestyle choices where these can be changed. And also women who are with infertile issues face a higher level of death and mostly 20 percent of women face higher risk of cancer-related death. It was showcased that infertility was not more related with the risks of ovarian cancer or from ovarian or endometrial cancers, but was associated to a 44 percent increased risk of dying from breast cancer (Anuja Vaidya, 2017).

Women are prone to high risk factors when they give birth at a young age or old age or having multiple pregnancies in a short span of time. The major complications that can make a pregnancy to be difficult are high blood pressure, polycystic ovary syndrome, obesity, cancer, autoimmune disorders, kidney problems and various infections. 

Besides these, the some other circumstances that keep pregnancy at risk are gestational diabetes and Rh incompatibility. 

Pregnancy difficulties for women are of many


Nearly 5 percent of the women face this serious condition that causes high blood pressure and kidney damage. 

Most expectant mothers who get preeclampsia build up mild symptoms near their due date, and they and their babies are in good condition if they have proper care. Severe preeclampsia creates impact on many organs and may lead to life-threatening problems. 

Low amniotic fluid (oligohydramnios):

The amniotic sac fills up with fluid that safeguards that helps for good growth of a baby. When there's too little fluid, it's called oligohydramnios. Mostly, 4 percent of pregnant women suffer with oligohydramnios especially in the third trimester. 

Gestational diabetes:

This is the most observed complication in United States where 2 to 10 percent of women face this problem. Those are with gestational diabetes there is a chance of getting type 2 diabetes that may be reduced by following proper diet and perfect lifestyle. 

Ectopic pregnancy:

When a fertilized egg implant grows outside the uterus, it's called as an ectopic pregnancy. As most of the ectopic pregnancies happen in fallopian tube, these are termed as “tubal” pregnancies. It may be somewhat difficult to catch this type of pregnancy in the initial stage because the developing embryo may damage the fallopian tube and cause internal bleeding that is fatal. 

Placenta previa: 

This is not the complication that occurs in the early stage of pregnancy. If a women suffers with placenta previa, where placenta lies in your uterus, next to or covering your cervix. In case if the placenta remains dangerously low as your pregnancy progresses, it can lead to bleeding and other difficulties. 

The position of your placenta will be examines at the time of midpregnancy ultrasoundexam, but only a little percentage of women who have placenta previa in midpregnancy still have it when they deliver their baby. 

These are the major complications and along with these women can have problems like nausea, fatigue, and back pain. 

In spite of all the risk factors, women are ready to face these complications to deliver a baby. So, go with the suitable treatments that reduce these difficulties and say hello to the new born child.