After months of trying, you can not get pregnant and even if on purpose menstruation time you arrive punctual as a Swiss watch. Read what the expert says and what affects fertility.
When it is recommended to consult a specialist. If after 12 months of free reports and therefore not affected by the constant and almost obsessive search for a child, not yet a pregnancy, it would be better to start to turn to a specialist specific fertility Paul says Emanuele Levi Setti, responsible for the operational unit of reproductive medicine Humanitarians Clinical Institute If the woman’s age exceeds 36 years in the past or was there some event that may have caused problems (operations, illnesses) this limit should be reduced to six months.
When we resort to the techniques of medically assisted procreation? “There is no absolute rule: the expert is to assess, on a case by case, depending on the age of the couple and the outcome of the tests, if and when to proceed to the techniques of medically assisted procreation.
Do not immediately think of a disease. ‘s lifestyle greatly affects your fertility and your partner. Doctors claim that among the factors to be considered include: stress, excessive consumption of alcohol and coffee and smoking. In addition, women, ovulation can be affected by obesity or excessive thinness. Before you worry, then, make a critical examination of your lifestyle. In Italy, about 20% of couples have fertility problems.
Are you trying to become a mother, but the baby is late? Join our forum ” Infertility: Causes, tests and treatment “and share your experience with other women in your same situation. Assess what the impact of different factors of infertility is very difficult. A reliable estimate, though only on a part of the population comes from data on the couples who come to the centers for assisted procreation. The data collected by the National Registry on Procreation Medically Assisi ta are as follows:
1. Male infertility: 35.4%
2. Female Infertility: 35.5%
3. Male and female infertility: 15%
4. Idiopathic infertility: 13.2%
5. Other: 1%