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Female Infertility

You're trying to get pregnant but aren't having luck. Could female infertility be an issue? Learn the signs of infertility, plus causes and treatments.

Introduction

You're ready to have a baby, but things just seem to be at a standstill. Could infertility be an issue? If you feel like you're doing everything you can but still aren't getting pregnant or can't keep a pregnancy, read on.

You'll learn about the signs of infertility and the latest treatments. Plus, you'll see some common causes of infertility, as well as some surprising roadblocks to getting pregnant that you may not know about.

As always, talk with your healthcare provider (HCP) about any infertility worries you may have. By working together, you can find a way to get on the best—and quickest—path to having a baby.

Signs of Infertility

It feels like you've been trying to have a baby for a long time, but you haven’t had any luck. Could this be a sign of infertility? Learn the facts about infertility, including the common signs and when it might be time to get help.

Testing for Infertility

Testing for Infertility

What happens during a basic infertility evaluation? Is it done by an OBGYN or primary care physician? Learn what to expect, as well as the different tests and procedures that will give your HCP a closer look at what's behind your possible infertility.

Causes of Infertility

Can obesity contribute to infertility? What about smoking or stress? Discover the many possible causes of infertility, some of which you may be able to control and some you may need professional help to manage.

Treatment of Infertility

Treatment of Infertility

Can making certain lifestyle changes help with infertility? What are the medical options? For couples struggling with infertility, there are many different treatments available. Of course, only you and your HCP can decide the best path to having a baby based on your unique situation.

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