Infertility

Millions of women suffer from infertility without ever having a diagnosis and without being properly treated. Hundreds of thousands of miscarriages occur each year because of inadequate evaluation and treatment.

In our practice, we focus on finding the underlying causes of infertility that allow for a rational, dignified and effective approach to treatment. We use only research-based methods of therapy to treat infertility.

Frequently asked Questions about Infertility

Do infertile woman have periods?

The short answer to this question is yes. You can certainly struggle with infertility and still have a period every month. Most fertility problems arise from an ovulation disorder that could influence your period. But your struggles with conception could be caused by other factors.

Can infertility be cured?
Depending on the cause of infertility, it can be cured through various fertility treatments, including therapies, medications, IUI or IVF procedures, and more. Yes, infertility can be cured depending on the cause. Various treatments can help a couple conceive and result in successful delivery.
Can I test my fertility at home?
At-home hormone tests for women usually involve collecting a small blood sample at home, then sending it off to a lab for testing. These tests look at a variety of hormones, including: Ones that indicate ovarian reserve, like follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), estradiol, and anti-mullerian hormone (AMH).
Do heavy periods mean you are fertile?
If regular menstruation occurs, we can assume that ovulation takes place regularly as well. However, the assumption that heavier periods lead to higher fertility is not correct.
How does age affect fertility?

Fertility decreases with age, particularly after the age of 35 because both the number and quality of eggs gets lower. An egg is sent from your ovaries to your womb every month from when you hit puberty to the menopause. When the egg binds with sperm in the womb you get pregnant.

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