There are many different types of infertility experienced by women. Many of the fertility problems can be easily treated.
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Everyone needs some help sometime, especially when it comes to conception. Just how much help?

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When you and your partner are trying to conceive, you never expect to encounter difficulties. Yet, as much as 10% of the population experiences fertility problems; that's more than two million Americans. However, helping conception isn't as hard as it may seem. There are many things that you can do to increase your chances of becoming pregnant.

Nevertheless, for many couples, getting pregnant is easier said than done. But what is the difference between having difficulties and being infertile? Infertility is usually defined as the inability to conceive after a year of trying. If you're over 35, though, you need only try for six months without any success before fertility problems can start to be suspected.

There are numerous reasons as to why you or your partner may be infertile. Infertility affects women as much as it affects men and often the reason behind the infertility lies in both partners. Common reasons for female infertility include endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Male infertility can often be attributed to low sperm counts and blockages in the reproductive system. However, only proper fertility testing can determine just what is causing your troubles.

The field of reproductive technology is quickly expanding everyday. As a result, the number of medical options a couple can take advantage of, like IUI and IVF, is constantly growing and the effectiveness of these treatments is always improving. Recent studies have also shown many alternative fertility treatments and herbal medicines to be affective as a complimentary form of therapy. In some cases, these therapies are even helpful when used by themselves.

Having troubles conceiving can fill you with many questions. What could be causing my infertility? What can I do to increase my fertility? What infertility treatment options do I have? Who can I talk to about this? This site is dedicated to answering all these questions, plus many more.

Whether you need to know about female or male infertility, fertility tests or infertility treatments, all the answers you want can be found right here.

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Also take a look at our articles on gynecology, lifestyle and fertility and coping with infertility to get you on the right path towards having a baby.


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