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Couples who have been trying to conceive for 12 months or longer without any success meet the official criteria for “infertility”. At this point, it makes sense to seek medical help to find out what is going on with you. Infertility testing looks at both partners in depth. What can you expect from female infertility [...]
There’s no denying biological facts — it is harder to get pregnant at 45 than it was at 35, and your fertility was already in decline when you were in your thirties. Some people say it is practically impossible for a women to conceive using her own eggs, once she is on the other side [...]
Are you trying to get pregnant? Sex matters. The more you do it, the higher your chance of getting pregnant. Couples who have sex once a week may be quite happy if they are not trying for a baby, but these folks have only a 15 percent chance of getting pregnant during any one cycle. [...]
Infertility sucks. It is hard when you find out you can’t conceive naturally after a long time of trying to get pregnant, and it’s hard if you are aware that you are infertile before you even try to become a parent, too. At Trying To Conceive, we have dealt with various fertility treatments and medications [...]
You and your partner have been trying to conceive for a while now — perhaps a few months, or perhaps closer to a year. You are still not pregnant and are desperate for answers. Why haven’t you conceived yet? What could be wrong? Are you infertile or just unlucky? Is there anything you can do [...]
A couple officially qualifies for the diagnosis of infertility after they have “actively been trying to conceive” for 12 months or more. By this time, couples of any age are advised to see their family doctor to discuss fertility testing, to get to the bottom of why they are not pregnant yet. This definition begs [...]
Infertility is defined as the inability to get pregnant after 12 months of actively trying. Many couples start being worried before reaching that one-year mark, while others are not sure whether to see a doctor even after they have been trying to conceive for longer than one year. Women who are older than 35 should [...]