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Female factors involved in fertility include:
Hormonal Causes: For example, follicles might not grow within the ovary or an egg might not be released due to hormonal imbalance.
Pathological Causes: These are the result of disease, and are often structural, for example, where Fallopian tubes have been damaged or blocked by pelvic infection, which physically prevents an egg and sperm from meeting; or endometriosis, which causes adhesions and, if involving the ovary, can prevent ovulation. Other pathological causes are uterine problems and cervical problems.
Idiopathic Cases: 10% of couples no medical explanation can be found why a woman cannot conceive.