About Fertility

What are the possible causes of infertility?

If you are finding it more difficult to fall pregnant than you expected, be assured you’re not alone. As many as one in six couples experience problems with infertility, for many different reasons. If you have been trying to get pregnant for more than six months, it’s important to seek medical advice – especially if you are in your mid 30’s or older, as your fertility, and the success of fertility treatments, is impacted by age.

It’s also important to understand how reproduction works, what factors affect it, and what your fertility treatment options might be. There are also some things you can do to give yourself a better chance of conceiving naturally.

Health & lifestyle advice that can boost a couple’s chance of falling pregnant naturally, as well as how to calculate the most fertile days in a women’s cycle. Read more »

Find out about ovulation and your ‘fertile window’ if you’re trying to fall pregnant, and how a woman’s age and some common women’s health issues can affect fertility. Read more »

Understand how the male reproductive system works and how sperm is produced, and the common causes of infertility in men. Read more »

What are the possible causes of consecutive miscarriage and how can the risk of it happening again be minimised? Read more »

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