How to Manage Low Ovarian Reserve?

What is ovarian reserve?
Any IVF stimulation programme aims to produce a large number of good-quality eggs and a healthy uterine environment. It refers to the ease with which an individual’s ovaries can be successfully simulated using fertility medicines in a practical sense. The woman’s age is the single most consistent factor impacting ovarian reserve.
A low ovarian reserve is defined as a lack of quantity and quality of eggs at a given age. Women with a poor ovarian reserve have a difficult time getting pregnant, and in some cases, conception may be difficult. The menstrual cycle can be irregular, with heavy and light periods, as well as being late or short. Miscarriage can also be caused by a low ovarian reserve. Despite the fact that there are treatments for this condition-
Causes
Low ovarian reserve is caused by a variety of factors, including:
• Age
• Smoking
• Excess intake of alcohol
• Endometriosis
• Tubal diseases
• Chemotherapy
• Radiation therapy
• Infections inside the pelvic area
• Autoimmune disorders
• Genetic abnormalities
• Mumps
Treatment
Despite the fact that poor ovarian reserve can make it difficult to conceive, early diagnosis and treatment can help to improve the chances. We can assess ovarian reserve by having specialists certify it in order to determine the ovary’s function and quality.
The IVF Specialists can recommend IVF Treatment or any other treatment for infertility based on the circumstances and the ovarian exam.
The experts at First Step IVF are certified to do ovarian reserve examinations for infertile couples and those who are seeking a pregnancy. If you are identified with a poor ovarian reserve, you will be given the appropriate treatment and consultations from Ashakiran Hospital.

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