If you are on your period, you know the level of pain you have to go through during the initial 2 days. Painful periods are most common and maximum women have to go through that once every month. But, painful periods are not a sign of good fertility. It is rather a misconception. Some doctors state that period pains might be signs of infertility and needs to be treated when there is time in hand.
It is quite common for teens to experience period cramps. But, with growing age, if the pain worsens then it is a sign of an underlying problem. Such pains will reflect an issue in the womb or the other pelvic organs, which might eventually affect your fertility and your power to conceive.
There are some common causes associated with abnormal period cramps, which will impact fertility. Those are listed below for your reference.
Cysts are mainly defined as fluid-filled sacs, formed in the ovaries as part of the follicle, which develops each month with the egg. When the egg is not released or the sac does not dissolve after the egg gets released, it might form a cyst. These sacs are benign and in some rare cases, cancerous cysts might form.
Most women deal with cysts on ovaries at least once. Most of these cysts will go unnoticed as they show no symptoms and are rather painless. Then again some cysts are associated with decreased fertility, based on the type you have. Ovarian cysts will affect your fertility in some ways.
Treating ovarian cysts whenever found is important and our pool of doctors is more than happy to assist you in this case. So, get in touch with us now!
Working on endometriosis:
Endometriosis is one painful disorder where the tissue that lines the inside of your uterus will grow outside of it. The tissue will grow in the ovaries, behind the uterus, on the bladder and fallopian tubes. Much like the uterus lining, endometriosis tissues will eventually break down and bleed during menstruation. It can result in pain during the period. Scar tissues can also form inside the pelvis when bleeding takes place and will force the organs to stick, causing excessive pain. As a result, fertility issues might result from such a scenario.
Hormone therapy is one way to treat endometriosis. It can also get treated using surgery or medication, depending on the severity of the symptoms. Asking our proficient doctors for help can work in your favour. We won’t opt for surgical norms unless it is the last resort.
Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths, developing in the muscular wall of the uterus. These fibroids can range in size. They can be very tiny or larger than a cantaloupe. Some women suffer from single fibroid and others suffer from multiple ones.
Most women suffer from uterine fibroids during their lives but they are not aware of it because these fibroids show no symptoms. Our doctors might discover some incidentally while running a pelvic exam or prenatal ultrasound.
It is true that fibroids may or may not affect fertility, but it depends on the location. Submucosal fibroids might affect your ability to get pregnant. So, getting properly treated on time is a must.
When you need the right help:
If you are suffering from painful periods with growing age, waste no time and contact our team of professionals here at Femmenest IVF. Being associated with the fertility treatment section for a long time, we know just the right treatment plans to help you conceive, even with growing age. Our services are now just a call away!
Do you want to get in touch with our esteemed doctors? If so, then give us a call at +91 78274 75131 We are more than happy to serve you with the best treatment plans.