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Now You Can Calculate Your Fertility Score from comfort of your home . Fertility calculator is influenced by a complex interplay of factors. However, healthcare professionals can assess potential indicators to understand a woman’s reproductive health and chances of conception.

Unlocking Your Fertility Potential: Fertility calculator

Trying to conceive can be an enriching experience, but it can also be filled with questions. While there isn’t a single definitive way to calculate a woman’s fertility score at home, understanding various factors can provide valuable insights. Let’s explore how these factors influence fertility and how Aashakiran IVF, a leading fertility clinic in Punjab, India, can support your family-building journey.


Factors Affecting Fertility:

Age: As women age, the quantity and quality of their eggs decline, making conception more challenging. This decline starts around the late 20s and accelerates after 35. Advanced maternal age is linked to decreased ovarian reserve, increased risk of chromosomal abnormalities in eggs, higher miscarriage rates, and reduced fertility. For men, while age-related fertility decline is less pronounced, advanced paternal age can still affect sperm quality and increase the risk of genetic disorders in offspring.

Height in Meters and Weight in KG: Body mass index (BMI) plays a role in fertility. Women who are underweight (BMI below 18.5) or overweight (BMI above 24.9) may experience irregular menstrual cycles or ovulation problems. Excess body fat can lead to insulin resistance, disrupting hormonal balance and ovulation. Conversely, low body weight can affect hormone production, leading to irregular cycles or even amenorrhea (absence of menstruation). Achieving a healthy BMI through balanced nutrition and regular exercise can promote fertility.


Active Sexual Life (in Months): A consistent and active sexual life increases the chances of conception, especially when timed around ovulation. Regular intercourse, ideally every 2-3 days throughout the menstrual cycle, ensures that sperm are available in the reproductive tract when ovulation occurs. Tracking ovulation through methods like ovulation predictor kits or monitoring basal body temperature can help couples optimize timing.

Medical History (Cancer Treatment, Genetic Issues, Diagnosed Medical Conditions, Uterine Surgeries): Certain medical conditions or treatments can impact fertility. Cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can damage reproductive organs or impair egg and sperm production. Genetic disorders may affect reproductive organs or cause infertility. Diagnosed medical conditions such as endometriosis, PCOS, or thyroid disorders can disrupt menstrual cycles or affect hormone levels. Uterine surgeries, such as mymectomy for fibroids or procedures to correct structural abnormalities, can impact fertility depending on the extent of tissue damage.

Ovulation and Number of Ovulation Days: Ovulation is essential for conception, as it releases a mature egg from the ovary for fertilization. Factors such as stress, hormonal imbalances, or underlying conditions like PCOS can disrupt ovulation. The number of ovulation days in a cycle varies among individuals but typically occurs around mid-cycle. Monitoring ovulation through methods like tracking menstrual cycles, changes in cervical mucus, or using ovulation predictor kits can help identify fertile days.

Type of Infertility, AMH, USG Findings, PCOS: Infertility can be caused by various factors, including ovulatory disorders, tubal blockages, endometriosis, or male factor issues like low sperm count or motility. Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels reflect ovarian reserve, indicating the quantity of remaining eggs. Ultrasound (USG) findings, such as polycystic ovaries in PCOS, provide insights into reproductive health and potential fertility challenges.

Previous IUI/IVF and Results: Previous experiences with assisted reproductive technologies like intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) and their outcomes offer valuable information about fertility treatment history and potential barriers to conception. Failed attempts may indicate underlying issues that need addressing, while successful outcomes provide hope for future attempts.

Partner Fertility: Male factor infertility, including issues with sperm count, motility, or morphology, affects a significant percentage of couples experiencing fertility problems. Semen analysis evaluates sperm parameters, providing insights into male fertility potential.

Sexual Life: Beyond frequency, the timing of intercourse concerning ovulation is crucial for conception. Couples may benefit from guidance on optimizing sexual activity during the fertile window.

Routine Exercise: Regular moderate exercise promotes overall health and can positively impact fertility by reducing stress, maintaining a healthy weight, and improving circulation. However, excessive or intense exercise may have adverse effects on fertility, particularly in women, leading to menstrual irregularities or ovulatory dysfunction.

Psychological Stress/Depression: Chronic stress or depression can disrupt the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis, leading to hormonal imbalances that affect ovulation and reproductive function. Stress management techniques, such as mindfulness, therapy, or relaxation exercises, may help mitigate these effects.

Drinking/Smoking/Drugs: Tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, and illicit drug use can impair fertility in both men and women. These substances can disrupt hormone levels, damage reproductive organs, decrease sperm quality, and increase the risk of miscarriage or infertility.

Fast Food/Street Food/Dining Out: Poor dietary choices characterised by high intake of processed foods, trans fats, and sugary beverages can negatively impact fertility. A balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains provides essential nutrients for reproductive health and hormone regulation.

Each of these factors contributes to an individual’s overall fertility profile, highlighting areas for intervention or optimization to improve the chances of conception. A comprehensive evaluation by fertility specialists considers these factors to tailor personalised treatment plans and optimize outcomes for couples seeking to build their families.

Aashakiran IVF: Your Personalised Approach to Fertility

While online resources might provide general information, a consult with a fertility specialist at Aashakiran IVF offers a more personalized approach. Here’s what they can do:

  • Comprehensive Evaluation: The doctors will assess your medical history, lifestyle habits, and potentially perform tests to create a personalized fertility profile.
  • Understanding Your Score: Based on the evaluation, they can explain how different factors influence your individual fertility potential.
  • Optimising Your Chances: Aashakiran IVF can recommend lifestyle adjustments or fertility treatments (if needed) to optimize your chances of conception naturally.
  • Advanced Treatment Options: If necessary, they offer advanced Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to help you achieve pregnancy.

Remember: Fertility is a complex issue. These factors provide a starting point for discussion, but a consultation with a qualified healthcare professional is essential for an accurate assessment and personalised guidance.

Aashakiran IVF: Your Partner in Building Your Family

The fertility specialists at Aashakiran IVF understand the emotional journey of trying to conceive. With their expertise, advanced technology, and commitment to patient care, they can guide you towards a successful pregnancy.

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Kharar, Mohali , Punjab

Aashakiran IVF Private Limited

Sector-127, Gillco Valley

Kharar, Mohali, Punjab 140301

Ludhiana, Punjab

Aashakiran IVF Private Limited

T Square, Sarabha Nagar

Malhar Road, Ludhiana, Punjab 141001

Amritsar, Punjab

Aashakiran IVF Private Limited

SCO-44, 4th Floor, 97 Acre Project

 D-Block, Ranjit Avenue

Amritsar, Punjab 143001

Bathinda, Punjab

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SCO-8, PUDA Complex

100 ft Road, Bathinda

Punjab 151001