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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kısırlık

Ben 30 yaşında evlendim ve aynı zamanda, kısırlık tedavisi almaya başladım. - I got married at 30 and, at the same time, I started getting infertility treatment.

(Tıp) n.Üreme yeteneksizilği
(Tıp) infertilite
infertility clinic
Çocuk sahibi olamayan çiftlerin çocuk sahibi olabilmek için başvurdukları klinik
female infertility
(Tıp) kadın infertilite
functional infertility
(Tıp) fonksiyonel infertilite
Englisch - Englisch
the inability to conceive children
the condition of being infertile; of having poor fertility
the inability of a couple to achieve conception after one year of unprotected intercourse or the inability to carry direct pregnancy to live birth More commonly known as subfertility
diminished or absent ability to conceive Infertility may due to a variety of causes, including abnormal hormonal levels, low sperm production and scarring of the fallopian tubes
{i} barrenness, lack of fertility, lack of fruitfulness
Gynecologist The branch of medicine dealing with the study and treatment of diseases and disorders which may interfere with a couple’s ability to have children
The inability to have children This may be a side effect of cancer or of cancer treatment
A medical term used to describe one year of attempting to achieve pregnancy without success
when someone is unable to have a baby. Inability of a couple to conceive and reproduce. It is defined as failure to conceive after one year of regular intercourse without contraception. Inability to conceive when desired can result from a defect at any of the stages required for fertility (see reproductive system). About one in every eight couples is infertile. Most cases involve the female partner, 30-40% involve the male, and 10% are caused by unknown factors. In women, causes include ovulation or hormone problems, fallopian-tube disorders, and a chemical balance that is hostile to sperm; in men, causes include impotence, low sperm count, and sperm abnormalities. Either partner can have a blockage of the pathways the sperm must travel, often treatable by surgery. Emotional factors may contribute; return of normal fertility may require only counseling. Fertility drugs can stimulate the release of eggs (often more than one, leading to multiple births). Low sperm count may be overcome by limiting intercourse to the time of ovulation, the most fertile period. If these methods are unsuccessful, couples may try artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, or surrogate motherhood, or they may choose adoption instead
The inability to have a child
the state of being unable to produce offspring; in a woman it is an inability to conceive; in a man it is an inability to impregnate
is defined as the inability to become pregnant after a year of unprotected intercourse Or, the inability to carry pregnancy to term as evidenced by three consecutive spontaneous abortions (miscarriages)
The state or quality of being infertile; unproductiveness; barrenness
Term used to describe the inability to conceive or an inability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth after a year or more of regular sexual relations without the use of contraception Also includes the presence of a condition recognized by a physician as the cause of infertility
infertility clinic
A special building or part of a hospital where people go to get medical treatment or advice when they are unable to produce children
{n} unfruitfulness, barrenness, poverty



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˌənfərˈtələtē/ /ˌɪnfɜrˈtɪlɪtiː/


    [ (')in-'f&r-t& ] (adjective.) 1597. Middle French, from Late Latin infertilis, from Latin in- + fertilis fertile.

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