All About Infertility- When Should You Seek Medical Help?

April 16, 2021

How would you feel if your doctor says that you are infertile? Wouldn’t it feel like a plethora of emotions that would get you all stressed? There will be certain questions that will start popping up in your head and those questions will be- Will I ever conceive a baby? How is my family going to deal with this? Is there a proper diagnosis available? Whenever a woman hears about being infertile, there is a flood of irksome emotions and decisions that they have to go through.

There is no denying the fact that infertility is rising! In the present scenario, one in every six couples struggle with infertility- the biological inability to be able to carry a pregnancy over the full term of to conceive. Dr Sonil Prabhakar, the renowned gynaecologist & obstetrician says that factors mentioned below have a heavy contribution to this continuously growing number:

  • Medical conditions
  • Delayed Childbearing
  • Advanced Maternal Age
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Obesity and environmental factors

It is important to know that as women prefer working till late in life and keep delaying having children, their needs with regard to infertility treatment are rising considerably.

When should you seek medical help?

  • Consider meeting your gynaecologist if you fail to conceive after one year of trying
  • If you are 36+ because as a woman reaches, the decline in her fertility starts to speed up
  • If you are seeking treatment for endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, or cancer

The fertility test may take some time, so it is always recommended to book an appointment earlier. The specialist will also get enough time to carry out an initial assessment to check the reasons behind fertility problems and advise you what steps to be taken next.

At Sohana hospital, our obstetrics and gynaecology department is fully committed to delivering health care services to women looking for gynaecological solutions. The department has a team of highly motivated obstetricians and gynaecologists offering a wide range of services including treatment of infertility. Despite treatment of infertility, the hospital also offers services for taking care of high risk pregnancy and pre-pregnancy care to childbearing and post-menopausal care.

The labour room is well equipped with cardiotocographic foetal monitors, foetal doppler, baby resuscitation equipment, portable ultrasound machine, and well laid out waiting room. The division specializes in services such as gynae-oncology and basic maternity care. A team of nationally and internationally certified doctors and physicians support other specialty services such as anaesthesia, medicine, and surgery at one destination. A 24*7 emergency room is developed for high and low risk deliveries. The sole goal of this department is to promote health of women by providing them complete treatment, comfort and empathy that they require. The department ensures that every woman who comes to sohana hospital for treatment gets equal opportunity to lead a healthy life and have a healthy baby.

If you are concerned about your future fertility or if you wish to get a quality & reliable treatment during your pregnancy, it is the right time to get in touch with your doctor at Sohana hospital. Because the first step is to get informed and then make wise decisions.

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