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Infertility

Infertility describes the situation when pregnancy has not been induced within a year after ending contraception, even though there has been regular intercourse. Infertility can be caused by disorders as often in women (e.g. fallopian tube disorders) as in men (e.g. sperm disorders). Unhealthy ways of life, such as heavy smoking and alcohol use, and some primary diseases can lead to decreased fertility.

The assisted reproduction unit in Tyks offers infertility treatment to couples who have, in a cohabitation or marriage, actively attempted pregnancy for at least a year.

We are the only hospital in Finland that offers surgical treatment to infertile men.

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Childbirth

High-Risk Pregnancy

Onset of Childbirth

Treatment instructions

Infertility examinations and treatments

Treatment of infertility

Päivitetty: 08/01/2015 09:01