When To Start Infertility Treatment
As you and your partner navigate through the journey of trying to conceive, it's essential to be aware of the possible obstacles that may arise. Infertility is a common issue that affects many couples, and seeking treatment can be overwhelming. However, knowing when to start infertility treatment can make all the difference in your success rate. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about infertility treatment and when it's time to take the next step. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after trying for a year or more. It affects both men and women, and in some cases, the cause of infertility can be unknown. Infertility treatments range from medication to surgical procedures, and their
When Should You Consider Seeing A Fertility Doctor?
Planning for pregnancy can be challenging. If you are ready for a baby but seem to be having trouble getting pregnant, it might be time to explore your options. Many people forget that infertility affects both men and women equally. In all couples, there's a 50/50 chance that a man or woman will have fertility problems. Here are seven reasons you may want to see a fertility specialist. Sex Without Birth Control for 12+ Months & No Conception The average rule of thumb is that it takes a couple five to six months to conceive. If you are under 35 and have been having unprotected sex (sex without any form of birth control) for 12 months, you may want to see
Infertility and Preconception Care
Every cell in our system has a life cycle. When preparing for reproduction our goal should be to have the healthiest cells possible. What is written in your current cells could be anywhere from 1 week to months old. Think to yourself… How well have you taken care of your body over the last 3 months? How well have you slept? Eaten? Exercised? Rested? In the last 90 days? Reproductive preparation is a necessity today. Between fast food and the “go-go” lifestyles of today our cells are no longer writing and replicating healthy cells as easily as we once did. The goal of preconception care is to give your and your partner's system a time to replenish and rewrite some of our basic