A woman’s reproductive system is extremely complex and complex. A large number of organs and organ systems are involved in achieving a single goal, and that is the production of a normal egg cell. From the brain, circulatory, immune system, through the glands to the reproductive organs such as the ovary, fallopian tubes and uterus. How complex and intertwined this system and process is can be seen from the following. In order to produce an egg, certain parts of the brain need to produce the appropriate hormones. Then, in order for hormones to perform their function, there must be appropriate receptors. These are the molecules that capture them. Therefore, normal circulation is required. Proper ovarian function is also required. And from several aspects. Hormonal, structural, and regulatory. To react to certain growth factors in order for follicles to develop and an egg to form. An appropriate balance of hormones is also needed in order for the reproductive cycle to be normal and ovulation to occur. And so on and so forth.
This system is sensitive as it is complex and is such if any part of it fails then the results is usually female infertility.
Factors that can cause improper functioning of the reproductive system in women, i.e. infertility, can be divided into two groups. These are EXTERNAL and INTERNAL
Today, there are genetic tests that can precisely diagnose certain problems related to male sterility. You should also know that there are cases when a genetic test is not necessary and obligatory. Because after genetic counseling, valid information can be obtained that can solve the problem of sterility for a certain married couple.