It was supposed to be SO easy…right? But for you and thousands of other couples out there, it feels like you’ve tried everything or you’re scared it might never happen. Don’t despair, though. There are hundreds of things that affect fertility. It’s just a matter of finding the thing or things that are specific to you. And if you want to know what’s getting in the way of you and your sweet baby, you’re at the right place. Here at The Fertility Expert Family, helping people just like you have babies is what we do.
These are the 5 most common conditions that are affecting 1/2 of the couples TTC
- PCOS (Polycistic Ovatian Syndrome)
- LOW OVARIAN RESERVE
- AUTOIMMUNE ISSUES
- UNEXPLAINED INFERTILITY
- MALE FERTILITY FACTOR
Have you been diagnosed with any of them or think you should have been diagnosed with one of them?
If you’ve been diagnosed with any of the above or you’re struggling to get pregnant but don’t know why, here are some simple things you can do to learn what is affecting your fertility:
#1 – Get Tested:
The RIGHT testing is VERY important! Stay tuned, because during the next couple of weeks you’ll get an email from me with EVERYTHING you need to know about labs. Sign up for my newsletter, where I send you a printable pdf with an explanation to all the fertility blood work you should get, for you to download! You can sign up at the end of this page.
#2 – Get Your Partner Tested:
Did you know that men contribute to a surprising number of fertility issues? It takes two to tango, and you’re going through a bunch of testing. It’s okay to ask your partner to give a sample to be tested. Like fertility issues in women, those in men can often be corrected…but only if you know they exist.
#3 – Do Your Research:
You’ve probably done TONS of online searches, but that’s not what I’m talking about. The web can be consuming and overwhelming… and definitely NOT personalized to your needs. To learn what you need to do to get pregnant as fast as possible, you need to talk with a fertility specialist.
If you aren’t sure where to turn or what the next best step is for you, I can review your case and prepare a personalized fertility plan for you. To schedule your fertility assessment with me, click here