General Information Subfertility
Subfertility is a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.
- In clients aged 35 or above, the time frame is 6 months and not 12 months.
- Subfertility may be due to female conditions or male conditions or may be due to conditions that are attributed to both male and female.
- The causes in female may be related to hormonal factors, diseases of uterus and tubes, disease of ovary, difficulty in intercourse, and sexually transmitted infections.
- The causes in male are diseases of testis, injury to testes, mumps and other STI of testes, hormonal problems, intake of some drugs, tumor in testes, erectile dysfunction etc.
- MSI provides support, counselling and management to the clients who aspire to get pregnant.