In a nutshell, the inability to conceive
after 12 months of unprotected intercourse
for clients under the age of 35,
or 6 months for clients
over the age of 35
is the quintessential
definition of infertility.
Common factors of female factor infertility
include hormonal and ovulatory factors,
tubal and peritoneal factors,
uterine factors and cervical factors.
Common factors of male infertility
include structural and hormonal issues
and factors that affect
the quality of the sperm.
Clomiphene citrate and letrozole
can be used to induce ovulation.
Progesterone can be used to
stabilize the endometrium.
such as stress reduction,
changes in nutrition,
weight loss and lifestyle changes
can in fact impact fertility.
and multiple gestation
are possible complications
of infertility treatments.