Nowadays, infertility is a major health concern. According to the World Health Organization one in every six couples are struggling to become parents . Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after normal unprotected sexual intercourse.
Infertility may result from a problem with either the male or the female partner, or a combination of factors that interfere with pregnancy. But fortunately, due to the advancement of science and technology, there are many safe and effective treatments that can significantly improve your chances of getting pregnant.
ARE YOU AT RISK TO DEVELOP INFERTILITY?
You may be at risk to develop infertility if:
1. You are over 32 years of age and have been trying to conceive for more than 6 months
2. You have painful or irregular periods
3. You are suffering from endometriosis or PCOD
4. You have blocked or dysfunctional fallopian tubes
5. You have fibroids or any other uterine abnormality
6. You are undergoing cancer treatment
1. You have a low sperm count or poor sperm motility
2. You have a sexual problem
3. You have small testicles or varicocele
4. You are undergoing cancer treatment