Fertility

Fertility

Infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy after one year of regular, unprotected intercourse (six months if the woman is over 35). It affects about 1 in 7 couples in their childbearing years, and is just as likely to be related to male factors as female factors. Scientific advances over the past three decades have helped millions of women and men overcome problems with fertility. Success rates vary depending on the cause of infertility and in most cases, the age of the couple. Overall, about 70 % of couples who complete treatment eventually succeed in conceiving a child.

Treatments range from recombinant drugs to advanced procedures are achieving unprecedented success. So if you or your partner is concerned about fertility Women's Specialty and Fertility Center is here to help find out if there's a problem, and investigate possible solutions. Depending on the underlying cause, many relatively simple and affordable procedures are available.