Here are 11 reasons that can lead to an unsuccessful pregnancy:

Try not long enough

The first thing to consider is how long the couple has been trying to get pregnant.

Although anxious, many couples do not conceive immediately.

About 80% of couples can get pregnant after 6 months of trying and 90% after 12 months.

This ratio is calculated according to the probability of couples having intercourse at the same monthly period.

No ovulation

For the process of conception to take place, eggs and sperm are required.

If the woman does not ovulate, she will not be able to get pregnant.

This is also a common cause of female infertility and can be caused by many causes: ovarian polycystic syndrome (PCOS), overweight or underweight, primary ovarian failure, thyroid dysfunction, hyperprolactin blood or excessive exercise …

Most women who are having ovulation problems have irregular periods.

If you have a menstrual disorder and haven’t been able to get pregnant within a year, see an obstetrician.

However, it is not every regular menstrual cycle that the ovulation process is normal.

Sometimes there are many reasons related to ovulation dysfunction.

Fallopian tube blockage

Ovulation problems account for about 25% of female infertility cases.

These include blockage of the fallopian tubes, abnormalities in the uterus or endometriosis.

In women, the fallopian tubes act as the conduit between the ovaries and the uterus.

When the egg is released from the ovary, the small tendrils in the fallopian tubes suck the egg inside, conception takes place inside the fallopian tubes, where the sperm and the egg eventually meet.

If there is something preventing the fallopian tubes from functioning normally, it will not be possible to get pregnant.

There are many possible reasons why the fallopian tubes become clogged.

The new fertility test can determine if the fallopian tubes have problems.

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is a specialized X-ray method used to check the condition of the fallopian tubes.