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Friday, July 12, 2019

SHOULD I BE CONCERNED WITH INFERTILITY?

A diagnosis of infertility is given to couples who have been trying to conceive for 12
months or more without success. Most health care professionals believe you should be
able to conceive within a year. If you have been trying for 12 months or longer without
success, it is time to contact your obstetrician or a fertility specialist and have a fertility
evaluation.
It is important that both partners are examined because fertility issues could be
attributed to either one of you—or both. In fact, about one third of all infertility cases
are accounted for by the woman’s reproductive health, one third by the man’s reproductive
health, and one-third collectively as a couple. Any recommendations for continuing
the journey to conceive or how you grow your family will depend on the results of the
examination.

CONCEPTION FACT:

The healthier you are, the greater your chances of conceiving and carrying a child full-term. Ideally, you should take at least three months getting healthy and preparing your body for conception.

STARTING THE JOURNEY 

More than likely, you are just getting started and want to do things right. This guide
will provide you with all the right steps. To begin, we will explore the basics of ovulation—
the foundation to conceiving—followed by ways to track your monthly ovulation cycle.
        This guide will also identify nutritional and health tips for both men and women to
enhance fertility. We’ll also make sure you are doing things right in the bedroom while
keeping it fun. And finally, we will close out the guide with a Top 10 checklist that you
can easily refer back to for maximizing your efforts to conceive.
         Congratulations — growing your family is a time for fun and celebration. Delivering
a “big fat positive” on your pregnancy test is our goal, and this guide will maximize your
efforts and give you the knowledge you need to achieve that success.

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