According to statistics, among all infertility, 45% are caused by female factors, 25% are caused by male factors, 22% are caused by both male and female factors, and 2% are caused by unknown reasons. There are many factors and diseases that affect female pregnancy, including vaginal factors, cervical factors, uterine factors, fallopian tube factors, and so on. Experts remind that preventing infertility should start from the following aspects:
(1) Popularize scientific and health knowledge, and master the principles of conception. With the advancement of medicine, sexual knowledge is no longer a mysterious and shameful matter. Extensive promotion should be made to people to understand sexual knowledge, reduce the occurrence of diseases, especially in the field of sexual organs, and create favorable conditions for pregnancy.
(2) Pay attention to self-protection and reduce the occurrence of infertility. Some people engaged in special jobs, such as exposure to radiation, certain toxic substances, and high-temperature work, should take serious measures and self-protection in accordance with the provisions of labor protection regulations to minimize the factors of infertility.
(3) Reduce surgery and prioritize first child pregnancy. Some patients will be infected and have fever due to unclean operation or careless postoperative recuperation, resulting in salpingitis, endometritis, or the formation of inflammatory mass of adnexa, resulting in infertility. Some infertile patients have experienced menstrual irregularities or uterine adhesions due to surgeries such as curettage, abortion, or removal of cervical polyps, all of which affect fertility. Reducing surgery and emphasizing abortion in the first child are of positive significance in preventing infertility.
(4) Be cheerful and reduce mental tension. Having children after marriage is the hope of life for both spouses, but often they are too eager to have children and will not get pregnant. Especially elderly individuals or those who have been married for several years but have not been pregnant are more anxious, which interferes with neuroendocrine function.
(5) Early treatment of diseases, prevention first. If pelvic inflammatory disease can be thoroughly treated in the acute phase, it will not become chronic pelvic inflammatory disease. If chronic pelvic inflammatory disease can be treated promptly, seriously, and thoroughly, it may not necessarily cause tubal obstruction, nor will it lead to infertility. For example, if men suffer from mumps, it often causes orchitis. If treated early and rested, it can avoid the occurrence of orchitis, which will not affect the occurrence of sperm and is beneficial for conception.
(6) To conceive seeds, one should know the way to gather essence. Moderate sexual activity is beneficial for seeds and is extremely important for preventing infertility.