The causes of female infertility may involve several different parameters, such as endocrine factors (ovulation problems with or without irregularities of the menstrual cycle, polycystic ovaries, etc.), fallopian factors, age, endometriosis, and abnormalities in the structure of the uterus. The “polycystic ovaries” syndrome is a hormonal disorder of unknown causality, which appears in 5-10% of the female population. It is usually accompanied by menstrual cycle irregularities, obesity, and features that are attributed to the increased activity of androgens such hypertrichosis, acne and excessively oily skin.
Endometriosis: The term endometriosis refers to the development of foci of functional endometrial tissue in places other than the uterine cavity and walls. It is estimated that endometriosis is responsible for approximately 6% of all childless couples, although its precise mechanism is still unknown.
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