This page is dedicated to covering the differential diagnosis for female infertility. This differential will be organized by disease categories.
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR DISEASE CATEGORIES?
When thinking about the differential for TERM the following disease categories come to mind:
- Issues with the male
WHAT ARE SOME ISSUES WITH THE MALE THAT MAY PRESENT AS FEMALE INFERTILITY?
Issues with the male: while this page is dedicated to evaluating a woman for infertility issues, and important component of this evaluation is to “rule out” the possibility that the source of the sperm has some medically notable issue.
- Low sperm count
- Sperm motility issues
WHAT ARE SOME STRUCTURAL CASUES OF FEMALE INFERTILITY?
The following is a list of structural causes of female infertility.
- Tubal scarring/obstruction (can be secondary to processes like pelvic inflammatory disorder)
WHAT ARE SOME HORMONAL CASUES OF FEMALE INFERTILITY?
The following is a list of hormone related conditions that can cause female infertility.
WHAT ARE SOME OTHER CASUES OF FEMALE INFERTILITY?
The following is a list of other causes of female infertility.
- Decreased ovarian reserve
Page Updated: 10.08.2016