When You Want to Get Pregnant

Not many people know that my wife and I had trouble conceiving. It was more than 4 years before we finally had a baby.

Many well-wishers at our wedding had hoped that we'd have a baby a year after the wedding. Most couples think that when the time comes to get pregnant, everything will happen naturally and easily. However, that is not always the case.

According to Diaperchamp.com, up to ten percent of all couples experience some sort of fertility issues when it is time to get pregnant. There are so many different things that can affect fertility, it can even sometimes be hard for doctors to pinpoint exactly what the problem is.

On average, about one third of all fertility problems are due to female related issues. Around one third are due to male related issues, and another one third are due to a combination of male and female issues, or something known as “unexplained infertility”, in which doctors really can’t say for sure what the problem is. Luckily, we live in a time where there are so many different options available for fertility issues.

Some women respond right away to fertility drugs like Clomid or Femara. Some women require more potent fertility drugs like injectable gonadotropins. Sometimes things like donor eggs or donor sperm need to be used. Many couples have positive results with things like IVF or IUI.

Whatever the fertility issue, the good news is that there are so many different treatment options available, almost every couple can achieve their dreams of having a baby.




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