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Help In Understanding Fertility

Posted Tuesday, May 26, 2009 9:51 PM

Understanding FertilityFor couples who are attempting to conceive a child, they may not find a single issue in the process. They will become pregnant, and never look back. For others, however, the process is not as simple. For couples who are suffering from fertility problems, they can go months, or years, without fully understanding why they’ve yet to become pregnant. Some couples feel uncertain as to if they should consider their issue a “fertility” problem. Whether it be personal, or because of the societal implication, these couples should still try to understand if they are having fertility issues so that they may help themselves.

Most everyone can actually conceive. Some couples will try and try with no results, however, because they do not understand their fertility problems. If a couple has been attempting to have a child for over a year, they may be suffering from problems of infertility. If a couple has been going for over 2 years without a child, but have been trying, they may seriously consider infertility issues. Age does play an important part in decided whether or not you should consider looking into infertility problems, however. For those women who are 35 or higher, you may want to consider looking into fertility issues. For those women under 35, however, they may give themselves some more time before they look for fertility issues.

To better understand infertility, it is important to understand what the causes are. One of the major causes of infertility deals with the woman’s reproductive system. Whether it be a problem with her fallopian tubes or her uterus, these problems can cause fertility issues. As far as men are concerned, a large part of their fertility issues comes from a low sperm count, or a lack of sperm. While there are other problems that can come from the male reproductive system, the majority of them do come from the sperm and the sperm count itself.

To understand fertility problems as a couple, it is important to make sure that both partners are tested. While many fertility problems revolved around women, and almost equal amount come from men. Only testing half of the couple can miss half of the problems. This testing can test for the normal medical problems that revolve around fertility, as well as tests that check your lifestyle habits, which includes weight and the possibility of smoking.

Because fertility is so important, it is important to know as much as possible about fertility and the problems that can come from it. Because both males and females can have issues with fertility, it is important to know how fertility can affect both sexes. Looking for fertility problems in both partners can ensure that any medical infertility problems are caught, and can be treated. Because of the multiple aspects of fertility, it may be impossible to understand every piece that affects it. Knowing as much as you can will help lead to better chances of conception, however.

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