Having two kids of my own, I couldn’t imagine what infertility even feels like. To be able to get pregnant is every husband and wife’s dream. Some want a big family, while others are perfectly fine with a small one. As long as the woman can give birth, everything is ok, right? What about the people that can’t? Here is a helpful hand to get you started on some things to think about if you can’t have kids naturally.
Its one thing if you don’t want kids, but for you to not be able to have kids, is not fair. I feel that everybody should have the right to feel the experience of having kids. The information included in this site is so helpful in having kids if you’re infertile. Below you will learn so much more.
First, Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse at the woman’s most fertile time. It can be more accurately defined in three different groups. Primary and secondary infertility and recurrent miscarriage.
Primary infertility are Women who have never fallen pregnant fall into this group.
Secondary infertility are Women who have managed to fall pregnant and give birth to a child. But, have difficulty in conceiving another child, as well.
Recurrent miscarriage are Women that may be diagnosed with infertility if they have had two or more miscarriages in a row.
Infertility can occur in both women and men, with a third of infertility cases being in women, a third in men and a third due to unexplained circumstances. Infertility refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to procreating and can also refer to a woman being unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. It is a condition in the reproductive system which impairs conception.
Many factors are necessary when it comes to conceiving a baby. Including healthy sperm, eggs, unblocked Fallopian tubes, the sperms ability to fertilize the egg, the ability of the embryo to implant itself in the uterus and the quality of the embryo, among many others.
Only 20 percent of all couples manage to achieve a pregnancy in the first month of trying for a baby. This drops to 5 percent in women over 40. At which age, it can take quite a few ovulation cycles before a pregnancy is successful, also.
Ten percent of couples will still battle to fall pregnant after a year of trying. This group is defined as “infertile”.
Although, what most doctors don’t tell their patients when delivering the bad news is that it is often reversible. And, there usually IS a solution to falling pregnant. A lot of doctors also forget to mention that each cycle is different. A woman could have an unhealthy egg or no egg in a cycle and the following month, she could have a viable egg.
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Are you wondering what to do next, frustrated, disappointed, sad or angry that you’re not yet pregnant?
Trying to deal with failed IVF procedures, a history of miscarriages or other diagnosed fertility problems? Then, you’ve stumbled across this site at just the right time. In fact, if you read on you’ll learn why all your infertility issues. Including high FSH levels, low ovarian reserve, miscarriages and difficulties in falling pregnant in your 40’s.
I know exactly how you feel as it happened to me. Being told by 3 different fertility specialists that I was in early menopause. I had no eggs left and that my only chance of having a baby was to use a donor egg or adopt. Against the odds, I fell pregnant naturally with a healthy baby boy at the age of 40.
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