Female Subfertility

Female Subfertility Treatment in London

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How does PCOS cause a delay in conception?

The hormonal disturbances caused by PCOS are the primary drivers of subfertility in affected women, disrupting ovulation, menstrual cycles, and uterine receptivity, making it one of the most common causes of infertility in women.

Can fibroids cause female subfertility?

While not all fibroids cause infertility, certain types like submucosal fibroids can significantly impair a woman's ability to conceive and carry a pregnancy to term. Proper evaluation and management of fibroids is important.

When does endometriosis affect fertility?

Endometriosis is a significant risk factor for female subfertility, with the degree of impact depending on the stage and location of the disease. It is important to assess and treat women with endometriosis who are trying to conceive.

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I am a fellow of the prestigious Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG) and trained in Assisted Conception at Kings College Hospital, London. I've also done a Masters in Healthcare Leadership, from Cornell University, USA.

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Common causes of female subfertility




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If you've sadly had a miscarriage you will want to know how to avoid it in future. Additional tests will be recommended for both you and your partner to understand the underlying reason.

These include chromosome analysis, thyroid function tests, blood sugar checks, assessment of the uterine cavity (3D saline scan or hysteroscopy), and immune tests (where appropriate) for the female partner. Whereas the men would undergo a chromosome analysis and sperm DNA fragmentation tests.

Women who have supportive care from the beginning of a pregnancy have a better chance of a successful birth.

Treatment depends on the problem identified and may include blood thinners, immune modulators, medication to control thyroid and blood sugar levels. Uterine anomalies such as a submucous fibroid will require surgery.

Men with high DNA fragmentation should consider lifestyle changes along with Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) treatment (where appropriate).

Preimplantation Genetic Testing - Aneuploidy (PGT - A) will allow embryo selection based on chromosomal content and is likely to result in a positive outcome.

If a chromosomal problem is identified in either of you, then embryo selection with Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Monogenic Disorders (PGT - M) is the treatment of choice.

The common causes include

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Endometriosis
  • Blocked fallopian tubes
  • Fibroids and Polyps
  • Age - Female fertility declines after the age of 35
  • Medical conditions eg thyroid dysfunction
  • Lifestyle factors eg being overweight or underweight, and smoking

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If you’re concerned about your fertility, get in touch with us today — we’ll be able to advise you on a full range of options based on your individual fertility needs. 

We offer free 10-minute advisory calls to anyone looking to learn more about our approach and our treatments.  

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