<b>Analyzing the Works about Causes and Factors of Infertility</b> Infertility is the inability to become pregnant after one year of intercourse without contraception involving a male and female partner. The frequency of the female factor is 62–75 , and that of the male factor is 28–45 . Moreover, impaired reproductive function in both partners is observed in every third infertile couple. primary infertility the absence of pregnancy in the anamnesis, and secondary infertility established in the presence of pregnancy in the past. If possible, the onset of pregnancy is characterized by absolute and relative infertility. They say about absolute infertility when the possibility of pregnancy is completely excluded there is no uterus, ovaries, or there are severe anomalies in the development of the genitals. By relative infertility is meant the preservation of fertility, but the inability to have children in the particular marriage in question for example, male infertility . endocrine infertility, female and male factors, infertility, primary infertility, secondary infertility, tuboperitoneal factor 3-4 Innovative Development on Academic Research and Development during Covid 19 Special Issue Magzumova N. M. | Gadoeva D. A. | Musaeva A. F