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Frequently Asked Questions

There are many questions, myths, and realities to infertility and treatment options. Here are some commonly asked questions to help you or your partner understand the facts and procedures involved within IVF and infertility treatments:
After one year of well-timed intercourse, approximately 85% of couples will have conceived. The majority (72%) conceive within six months. By definition, 15% of couples who are not pregnant at the end of the year is termed infertile. This definition is generally altered to six months of attempting pregnancy in women over age the age of 35.
The causes of infertility can be grouped into general categories of: ovulatory abnormalities (polycystic ovary syndrome, hormonal imbalances, perimenopause), anatomical factors (blocked fallopian tubes, pelvic adhesions, uterine or cervical abnormalities) or malefactor. Approximately 10% of couples have “unexplained infertility.” This term is used for couples who have normal evaluations but are infertile. Most causes of infertility can be overcome. Couples seeking fertility services often ask “Why are we infertile?”. We are here to break it down and help you.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 10-15% of couples struggle with infertility problems. That’s approximately 70-80 million people across the world.
Genetics can be a factor in determining fertility. There are many different conditions that can be passed from mother to daughter, such as endometriosis (which affects 10% of women). For males, DNA abnormalities of the Y chromosome can lead to problems with infertility.
No. However, many women with painful periods and pain with intercourse might harbor endometriosis, which is indeed associated with infertility. Therefore, an evaluation is warranted in these cases.
Yes! This is one of the most popular in vitro fertilization (IVF) frequently asked questions. The success of treatment has a direct correlation with the woman’s age. The younger the better! Overall, 70-80% of women under the age of 40 should expect a successful outcome. If you’re over 40, treatments can still be effective. However, the average success rates decrease once beyond this point in life. Please note that treatment outcomes can vary widely from individual to individual.
The most important factor for a woman is her age. As her age increases, especially after 40, fecundity decreases and her chances of conceiving are diminished. Of course, if her partner also has infertility problems, such as a low sperm count, the probability of infertility also increases. For men considering infertility treatment, low sperm motility or other infertility can be avoided through ICSI, PGD/PGS, and more.
Yes, we welcome many same-sex couples through our doors for pregnancy help, in fact we have a great reputation for it – whether you need treatment with donor sperm or donor eggs. For information about the fertility treatments we offer to help you, contact us.
The goal of the initial consultation is to begin a supportive, working relationship, to review past infertility history, to review treatment options, and to establish short-term and long-term treatment plans. After the initial consultation, the doctor will ask you for few medical tests and procedures to investigate your case.

The investigation to find the cause of infertility generally has two levels. The first level consists of a semen analysis, confirmation of ovulation and ensuring that the fallopian tubes and uterine cavity are normal. For some, additional testing is required, such as laparoscopy, further hormonal testing, more advances in sperm testing or evaluation of sperm, egg, and/or embryo quality.
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