subfertility


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subfertility

(ˌsʌbfɜːˈtɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Biology) biology below-average fertility
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For example, there could be differential vaccine uptake in women with comorbidities that are also associated with spontaneous abortion, such as subfertility and psychiatric disorders.
Asherman syndrome strictly comprises a combination of pain, menstrual disturbance, and subfertility in any combination.
Ovarian reserve testing and the use of prognostic models in patients with subfertility.
The most common treatment indications were a TSH [greater than or equal to] 10mIU/l, whereas troublesome symptoms of hypothyroidism and subfertility were the common treatment indications in patients who had a TSH of 10mIU/l), but the lower limit of TSH that should be used is still controversial with many studies using different cut offs.
The study found that men with concentration of sperm below the threshold counts for subfertility or infertility is increasing.
According to the Cochrane review on ovarian stimulation protocols for IUI in the women with subfertility, use of gonadotropins for COS in IUI results in higher pregnancy rate than clomiphene citrate stimulated cycles.
Figure 1 also shows the primary diagnoses attributed to these women, with regard to their subfertility status.
2] Subfertility in PCOS is explained by the effects of obesity, metabolic, inflammatory and endocrine abnormalities on ovulatory function, oocyte quality, and endometrial receptivity.
This section defines artificial fertilisation as 'the introduction by other than natural means' Once again, this is a value judgement from persons who may not have grappled with infertility [10,11] or subfertility.
Subfertility with increasing female age is a widely accepted concept and is considered to be related to diminished ovarian reserve (DOR).
Women with rheumatoid arthritis are more often diagnosed with unexplained subfertility, compared with women in the general population, a study showed.