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You think you have fertility problems?

Perhaps it's too early to assume such a thing

What is infertility?

What you need to do when you decide you want a baby

A couple’s infertility is defined as the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year of regular sexual intercourse without using contraceptive methods. Before a couple concludes that they are infertile, the two partners should first know the definition of normal fertility, namely the ability of a couple to naturally conceive in two years of regular sexual intercourse. Of the total number of couples that did not succeed in the first year, almost half will naturally conceive the following year. If the partners are young, the odds of getting pregnant are higher.

Approximately 40% of couple infertility cases are determined by the woman’s conditions.
Another 40% are caused by the man’s conditions.
The remaining 20% are caused by both partners as a couple or have unknown or insufficiently investigated causes.

A woman’s fertility declines after the age of 35-40, and her egg reserve is aging.

Infertility has many causes involving the reproductive system of the woman, that of the man or that of both partners. The most common causes are problems:

fallopian tube problems
uterus and/or cervix problemsbr
ovulation problemse
male reproductive system problemse