Can Covid-19 lead to infertility?
- Published on February 03, 2022
- Updated on March 02, 2022
Published by : Daily Hunt
Covid-19 has changed and affected our lives both physically and mentally. People who are planning a baby are now concerned more than ever about if covid can lead to infertility?
Dr. Souren Bhattacharjee a renowned IVF specialist with 32+ years of working experience in India, consultant at Birla Fertility & IVF shares his views on how Covid-19 has increased the chances of infertility in couples. He suggested that covid-19 has a significant impact on male and female fertility. Men with fever lasting more than 3 days have shown signs of infertility. There have been threats of decreased sperm count, risk of testicular inflammation & pain, and inflammation in the sperm duct.
Women post covid recovery have seen changes in their menstrual cycles or hormone levels and also if their avoid involved high fever then chances are it might affect their ovulation periods as well.
It is essential to keep your stress levels in control because as Dr. Souren explains, the stress, anxiety caused due to working from home along with the constant fear of pandemic might negatively affect the healthy reproductive system of individuals.
Gynaecological ProceduresUterine Polyps : Is there a Cure?
Infertility TreatmentsWhat is PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)?
Infertility TreatmentsFailed IVF: Why Does it Happen? What Next?
Infertility TreatmentsManaging Stress During Infertility Treatment
Infertility TreatmentsWhat is Secondary Infertility? Can it be Cured?
Infertility TreatmentsI Have Endometriosis. How can IVF Help Me?
Infertility TreatmentsWhat are Fibroids? Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
Dr. Deepika Mishra
You May be Interested in
Infertility TreatmentsProblems with fertility are both emotionally and medically challenging. At Birla Fertility & IVF, we focus on providing you with supportive, personalized care at every step of your journey towards becoming a parent.
Male InfertilityMale factor infertility accounts for almost 40%-50% of all infertility cases. Decreased sperm function can be the result of genetic, lifestyle, medical or environmental factors. Fortunately, most causes of male factor infertility can be easily diagnosed and treated.
We offer a comprehensive range of sperm retrieval procedures and treatments for couples with male factor infertility or sexual dysfunction.