Treatment for Fertility Problems
It is very important to seek medical help as early as possible. Shame and isolation from this problem must be removed immediately, because the sooner the treatment of fertility problems, the better the chance and chance of your success in treating your fertility problems.
The fact is that more infertile couples can have children than those who do not succeed due to early treatment when the problem is felt after 1 year of marriage without using contraception.
Although there are many obstetricians in Indonesia who are trained to deal with fertility issues, it is highly recommended to resolve this problem in specialized fertility clinics, such as
Morula IVF Jakarta. Counseling and consultation provided is more appropriate than meeting with a gynecologist and regular midwifery.
Before you decide to take fertility treatment, the basic thing you need to understand is regarding the condition of your own body. Changing unhealthy lifestyles and improving healthy lifestyles will be very beneficial for both of you to successfully achieve pregnancy.
Here Is A Healthy Lifestyle That Will Be Beneficial To You:
1. Consumption of Vitamins and Beverages
Consuming vitamins and drinks every day avoids the body from losing important elements in the nutrition spectrum. Balance over these two elements becomes very important when a married couple tries to get pregnant. The first step in treating fertility problems is to take vitamin therapy recommended by a nutritionist.
2. Exercise Regularly
Exercising will greatly help to maintain vitality, avoid stress arising from infertility treatment
or during pregnancy. Maintaining weight proportionally is very important, considering that excessive weight can cause infertility. Infertility treatment allows stress in a married couple and exercise is the best form of stress relief.
3. Psychological Examination
Visit the psychologist or family doctor you usually visit to consult, even though you have already met a reproductive endocrinologist. It will be very beneficial for you to
tell and release the mental burden that you face from the initial stage until the completion of treatment. This will greatly help you co-opt with the phases of treatment that you are living.
4. Stop Drinking Alcohol
Stop drinking alcohol is a very good idea to improve body condition and help progress in handling fertility problems. Stop long before you start treatment, or even when the pregnancy is running. The bad habit of drinking alcoholic beverages can cause fertility problems, including disorders of erectile dysfunction and decreased quantity and quality of sperm or egg cells
5. Stop Smoking
Smoking can cause cancer and is very detrimental to reproductive health. Decreased fertility and poor pregnancy is a side effect of smoking. Very good in planning pregnancy, a married couple to stop the bad habit of smoking to improve the quality of reproductive organs.
6. Reduce Caffeine
Caffeine is an addictive substance. If consumed in excess, various negative symptoms will occur. Excess caffeine can cause headaches, irritability and the body feels lethargic.
Several studies have shown a decrease in fertility in women who consume> 300 mg of caffeine per day. But please remember, caffeine is also contained in black tea, green tea, chocolate and a number of soft drinks. For women who are undergoing IVF, lower caffeine consumption, which is 50 mg of caffeine, is equivalent to a cup of tea, consuming excess caffeine can have a negative impact on the success rate of conception.
7. Pay attention to the medicines you take
Some types of drugs that can affect male fertility:
Hormone Medication (Steroids)
The effects of these drugs include:
Factors that can affect male reproductive function are gonadotoxins. Gonadotoxins are related to the environment such as exposure to heat, smoking, radiation, heavy metals, and organic solutions
pesticides so that they can harm the testicles. Changes in hormone production and release Erectile dysfunction affects libido
8. Avoid sexually transmitted diseases
Some infections that can affect fertility, are: Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, Skin Genital, HIV, Hepatitis B.
9. Avoid Stress
Stress will take vitamins, minerals, oxygen and some important substances from the reproductive system. Stress has a profound effect on fertility, influencing sexual hormones which play an important role during conception.
Stress will increase levels of the stress hormone, Cortisol. Cortisol is a hormone in the human body that is released by the adrenal glands during stress. High levels of the hormone Cortisol can suppress (decrease) the production of Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH), which is produced by the hypothalamus. In the end, stress will reduce sperm count in men and cause ovulation problems in women. In addition, stress hormones also affect the sexual activity of a married couple, which is to reduce libido (sexual arousal) and cause various other sexual problems.