Most couples assume that getting pregnant will be easy. In the article Natural Methods, learn all about the numerous things you can do to increase your chances of pregnancy. Yet, for millions of Americans, trying to conceive will be much harder than they expect. This is because as much as 10% of the population experiences problems with infertility. Learn more about the various factors that can contribute to your fertility problems in Infertility.
Once you have been trying to conceive for more than a year without success, it may be time to make an appointment with a fertility specialist for an evaluation. Our section on Fertility Testing has in-depth articles on the many tests that can be done to help diagnose female fertility problems.
There are a variety of problems that can cause infertility in women, which are discussed in our Diagnosis section. While it can be upsetting to learn that you are suffering from infertility issues, knowing just what the problem is can set you on the right path for treatment. Take a look at some of the facts and figures on fertility treatments to get a better perspective.
If your fertility problems are due to a past tubal ligation, then having a tubal ligation reversal may be all that is needed in order to conceive naturally. Before you settle on a fertility clinic, though, take a look at our Costs section. Here you will find valuable information on how to pay for your treatment, how to select a fertility clinic, what to do about life insurance no exam, and much more.
However, not all treatments will necessarily help the infertile woman get pregnant. The Surrogacy and Donors section explores the alternative to the traditional fertility treatments.
Fertility problems aren't just a physical issue. Experiencing infertility can cause a wide range of emotions in every couple, from anger to grief. Our Coping articles offers some practical advice, from discussing the issue with your boss to effective communication skills with your partner.
Achieving pregnancy after fertility problems can be very exciting. To help ensure that you have a healthy pregnancy, take a look at our Positive Results section. Unfortunately, though, not every couple will be able to get pregnant despite the use of fertility treatments. Other couples may decide that they no longer wish to continue with treatment. Our After Infertility section takes a look at deciding when enough is enough as well as some alternative options for infertile couples.