All About Infertility: What It Means Not to Have a Baby

A surprising large number of women all around the world deal with female infertility. There are numerous causes and potentially numerous treatments, though it is sometimes incurable. In those situations, it is important to discuss the possibility of talking with a therapist or getting some supportive help because it can be emotionally tolling to deal with the diagnosis. The definition of female infertility is the inability to get pregnant or have a child.

Egg Cells

There are multiple causes of female infertility, including ovulation cycle disorders, anatomical deformities, endometriosis, early menopause, and cancer among others. Ovulation is defined as the release of an egg from the ovary. There can be many underlying causes of ovulation disorders, but all of them involve the inability of an ovary to release an egg. Without the release of an egg, the sperm cannot fertilize the egg, and an embryo can never be formed. Anatomical deformities can include deformities of the uterus or the fallopian tubes. These deformities can be hostile to the implantation of a fertilized egg, so the embryo has no place to grow. Endometriosis is a condition in which there is endometrial tissue, which is normally found only on the inner lining of the uterus, found outside of the uterus. This is generally a painful condition and can lead to infertility because the endometrial tissue outside the uterus goes through menstrual cycles just as the endometrial tissue in the uterus does. Menopause is the process a women goes through when she runs out of eggs and the ovary no longer ovulates. This normally occurs in middle aged women, but can rarely occur in women in their twenties and thirties. In these situations, the women no longer ovulates and therefore cannot have a baby. Cancer of any tissue, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries, can lead to female infertility. There are many causes that are not included in this list, but these are the most common among women.


The treatment of female infertility depends on the underlying cause, which should be determined by a physician. For some underlying causes, there is no known treatment and continuing trying to have a baby could even potentially be more dangerous than stopping. Among the most commonly prescribed initial treatments for female infertility include weight loss, cessation of smoking, healthy diet, and continued sexual intercourse during the period of the ovarian cycle that is determined to be ovulation.


In conclusion, there are many underlying causes of female infertility and it is a complex diagnosis. Discussing symptoms with a doctor and running through tests prescribed can help determine an underlying cause, which can lead to options for treatment. Though treatment is not always successful, there are other options such as adoption. In addition, women diagnosed with infertility should always be recommended to talk to someone about the feelings they are experiencing.

Sexually transmitted infection statistics around the globe

Causes Of STDS

What Are Sexually transmitted infections And How Common Are They In Australia

As kids grow older it is important to educate them about sex and sexually transmitted infections. Using the proper protective measures can help reduce a person’s likelihood of getting a sexually transmitted infection. There are a lot of diseases to worry about when it comes to sex and some of them are not always noticeable. While some symptoms of sexually transmitted infections include visual indicators such as red bumps, rashes, redness or swelling, it is not always obvious and a person may engage in sexual activity with an infected person without knowing it. Educating I was young and old with the latest information surrounding sexual health is of the utmost importance.

By educating young people, it can reduce the number of people who become infected by sexually transmitted infections when they get older which can reduce economic strain on the society. When people do you get a sexually transmitted infection at can hinder their work performance, take sick time, require expensive medical treatment, take up medical resources, and have a heavy impact on the health system.

Transmission Of STD

What impacts whether you get an STI

All of these things can negatively impact a person’s life but also the economy and this in turn has an effect on the price of goods and services. So teaching good sexual health at a young age can help save everyone time, money, and resources on top of having better overall sexual health. One notable statistic surrounding sexually transmitted infections is that children ages 15 up to 24 makeup for half of all new infections. So what are some examples of sexually transmitted infections? some of the most common sexually transmitted infections include bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, hepatitis, HIV / AIDS, human papillomavirus (HPV),  pelvic inflammatory disease (PID),  syphilis, and trichomoniasis.

Getting a diagnosis of any of these infections is not a death sentence, but if left untreated they can develop into life-threatening issues. Infections that are left untreated have the potential to develop into sepsis which can be deadly.

Education is key

Educating children it’s not the only way you can fight sexually transmitted infections from spreading. Public initiatives involving handing out condoms, we were kids, and other Sexual Health Wellness items have been shown to have a positive impact on a society’s sexual health, especially among lower-income families. Some statistics regarding these infections include hey 63% increase in gonorrhea cases since 2014, a 19% increase in chlamydia cases since 2014, and 185% increase in congenital syphilis since 2014. These are all startling figures which show how these infections can spread especially among young people. Practicing good hygiene as well as abstaining from sex with people who have not been tested is the only sure way to avoid catching these sexually transmitted infections. However, it is not realistic for children to all be tested and to carry their test results everywhere they go.

Is there a substitute for testing

As a substitute for testing and test results, one can practice good sexual health measures such as wearing a condom. While wearing a condom does not guarantee you will not receive a sexually transmitted infection from your partner, it does reduce the likelihood. The best approach is to limit your sexual activity to one person who you are certain does not have a sexually transmitted infection. While it is impossible to know whether someone is lying, getting to know someone and observing their overall health can be one indicator of whether they have a sexually transmitted infection. 

Don’t skip appointments

It is up to people to use their judgment and make sensible choices with their sex life. If you suspect you may have come in contact with the first and who has a sexually transmitted infection you should see your doctor immediately. You should also abstain from any further sexual contact with anyone until you have been tested and cleared by your doctor. Otherwise the infection may spread and you may be spreading it unknowingly. Keeping an eye out for the telltale signs such as redness, rashes, and swelling can help you identify whether your partner has a sexually transmitted infection or whether you may have one yourself. See your doctor for regular check-ups and inform them of any symptoms you are experiencing to identify a sexually transmitted infection early.