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Salpingitis or inflammation of the tubes
Inflammation of the Fallopian tubes or salpingitis is a female alteration produced within the Fallobian tubes. It may be the origin of female infertility and may lead to an ectopic pregnancy.
Infertility due to STDs
Sexually transmitted diseases can cause infertility. STDs can affect the female and male reproductive tracts and semen quality and quantity.
Epididymitis or inflammation of the epididymis
Epididymitis is the inflammation of the epididmis, tubular structure that connects the testicle with the vasa deferentia. It’s caused mainly by bacteria and may cause pain in the testicle area.
The cervical mucus is a secretion produced by the cervix. Even though the fluid varies depending on the stage of the menstrual cycle, alterations in the cervical mucus may indicate of the presence of some fertility...
Illnesses that cause female infertility
33% infertility cases are due to a female origin and there are several disorders and illnesses that can affet female fertility. In this article we present some of the most common diseases that cause female infertility.
Fallopian tube obstruction
The obstruction of the fallopian tubes is one the reason of sterility usually diagnosed at consultation in an assisted reproduction centre. In case surgery is not enough to solve the problem, assisted reproduction...
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