HELPING WOMEN WITH
Production of lesser quality of eggs, failure to ovulate, hormonal changes causing irregular menstruation, an absence of menstruation (amenorrhea), heavy uterine bleeding and polycystic ovaries.
FALLOPIAN TUBE FACTORS
The fallopian tubes may become blocked due to infection or endometriosis. Therefore, the sperm cannot fertilise the egg.
Uterine fibroids can block the parts of the tubes preventing the embryo from moving to the uterus. Another problem is when the uterus is too small for the embryo to develop and grow.
Cervical or vaginal infections can cause discharge or mucus which may kill the sperm.