Frequently Asked Questions?

  • Is infertility exclusively a woman's problem ?

    No, infertility is a medical issue that both men and women can experience. About 35% of infertility is caused by female factors, while 35% is caused by male factors. The remaining occurrences of infertility are caused by issues with both partners, or in rare circumstances, the cause of infertility is unknown.

  • Before visiting a doctor, how long should we try to treat ourselves?

    Generally speaking, if you are under 35 years old and have been trying for more than a year, you should make an appointment with a fertility doctor. If you are over 35, we prefer to visit you after at least six months of sensually timed interactions. However, you should seek assistance sooner if you have any cause to believe you could be having trouble getting pregnant, such as irregular periods or spouse has any issues with sperm count or morphology or both.

  • What time of the month is a woman most fertile?

    Just before or on the day of ovulation is when a woman is most fertile during her monthly cycle. To determine the most fertile time, one must count backward from the anticipated beginning of the following period because ovulation often happens two weeks before a period begins. Intercourse should be had every other day around the time of ovulation.

  • How can we improve the likelihood that we will conceive?

    Preferably 3 months before conception, making modifications (even a few little ones) can improve your health and fertility. Start completing the Preconception checklist right away to move closer to your objective of having a healthy baby, regardless of whether you're contemplating conception you are currently trying.

  • Will my infertility result in a high-risk pregnancy?

    Your personal medical history will determine the response.

  • Will I ever be able to become pregnant on my own?

    You might be able to conceive naturally after having a child with the aid of fertility treatment, depending on your circumstances (i.e., your diagnosis and other considerations). It is unlikely that you will become pregnant on your own again without fertility therapy if you have blocked fallopian tubes, a poor ovarian reserve, or other functional issues.

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