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Fertility treatment is physically and emotionally demanding, and depending on your needs it can be expensive, so it’s important to find a doctor that’s right for you. You should ask your general practitioner for advice about choosing a fertility specialist; but you can also do your own research before committing to a doctor. Here’s some information to consider.   Clinics Vary A Lot   There are many types of clinics that operate in different ways. For example, some clinics are set up to cater specifically for same-sex couples, so they may be more equipped for donor egg or sperm treatment and surrogacy.   There are also low-cost clinics that offer limited treatments for people with a capped budget. If you want to choose one of these

When it comes to fertility struggles and the decision to seek professional help, it can be difficult for couples to determine if they are really facing infertility, or if they are experiencing a normal timeframe for achieving pregnancy. The following infertility definitions can help you decide when to seek help:   Infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant within 12 months of unprotected sex by couples in which the woman is younger than 35 years of age and has no major medical problems. For couples in which the woman is over 35 years of age, infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant after six months of unprotected sex.   If a man, woman or couple answers Yes to either