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Infertility Treatments

on Feb 06, 2012

by Larissa Belanger, RN

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Fertility Treatments

Those with infertility problems are not alone and there are infertility treatments that are available for both men and women experiencing infertility issues.

Having the ability to conceive a child is a blessing which not everyone is bestowed with. Those who have never had issues with getting pregnant will never have to face the true facts as those who have infertility problems. I want to let you know though those with infertility problems are not alone and there are infertility treatments that are available for you. The need for infertility treatment arises when a couple has been trying for a great deal of time without any luck or after the age of 35 when the chances of conceiving plummet and miscarriage is on the rise. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Younger couples and infertility

When the couples that are experiencing infertility are younger, the steps are much easier than those who are over the age of 35. The younger couple may have the chance to take steps that would not do a couple over the age of 35 any good as with each passing year the chances of pregnancy decline. Even with fertility treatment please remember that even if one does become pregnant it does not mean you will be having a healthy baby. Scientists have been able to make great strides with medical advancements concerning infertility.

Stay on same page with partner

The first step in taking the dive into fertility treatments is to talk honestly with your significant other. The two of you should discuss the length of which you want to dive into the treatments. It is normal to be apprehensive and to question every detail. The fact is some couples are okay with medicinal treatment but would never consider surgery as an option. The others may want to try every little thing. Some couples have started the process and wanted to stop but the most important thing is that both individuals are on the very same page as this can be a very stressful and emotional process for the both of you.

Financial aspects to consider

Financially, fertility treatments can be rather costly. In most cases insurance will not cover these procedures so they are completely voluntary and will be out of pocket. The financial hardship caused by these treatments fall on both individuals so the decision must be unanimous. When deciding upon whether fertility treatments are right for your family don’t be ashamed to ask how much the medicines could cost or the other treatments that one could undergo. Financial stability is important and must be carefully thought about.

Talking to a medical professional

A medical professional will be able to assess your whole case and if you are lucky enough to tell you exactly what is going on. Some couples are not that lucky and what may possibly be wrong will be left unknown.

Treatments available for women

Treatments for a woman include medicine to treat ovulation issues, like Clomid or injectable gonadotropins, and surgery to correct fallopian tube blockages. If these procedures do not work then fertility treatments can be taken a step farther with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), GIFT, ZIFT, and Intrauterine Insemination (IUI).

Treatments available for men

If the treatment is for a man, then there are benign treatments like sperm washes or more invasive procedures like Intracytoplasmic sperm injections.

Fertility clinics

Fertility Clinics are not widespread and normally a couple will have to travel. The success rate at the clinic is really dependent on the cases they are conducting. The questions you may consider asking a clinic is what types of cases they have handled and what they can do for you.

Considering adoption

Fertility treatment does not guarantee pregnancy and one should always remember adoption is an option. There are children who would love a family to call their own and if you have exhausted other options, please consider this one.

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Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.

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  • gloria

    i havent had any luck getting pregnant after 4 months of a miscarriage. i am 26 years old and would be the first baby for us

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  • tiffany

    Will this help with follicle growth?

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    • Maureen Stephens, RN

      Yes, FertiBella helps induce follicle growth and ovulation. Each woman will be slightly different in their ovarian response but it generally takes about 21-28 days of daily use to induce follicle growth and eventually ovulation.

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  • nay

    Hi I’m 19 and me and my fiance have been trying to get pregnant quickly for about 9months now. I have irregular periods and when I was 16 I had an abortion. Should we be worried can you give us any advice

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  • Brenda

    Hi my name is Brenda I have been married for almost 3 years I’m 24 years old and have had 2 misscariges I’m wondering if these pills to get pregnant are good for me. My husband and I are 100% healthy and already got checked by doctors.. Let me know what should I do.

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  • sammy lopez

    I didnt know guys there is fertility drugs over the counter like fertibella otc im going to tru one but my main issue right now I have trouble getting pregnant is because I have one fallopian tube because, last year 2009 I have a serious actopic preg so I want to try again bcz I dont have children at all,thsnx

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  • kimberly

    I am 32 yrs old and been married for some yrs now but I have blocked tubes. I had surgery a few yrs ago and still no success. I’m ready to have my own children but how can i get pregnant fast?

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  • Jenni

    Does this help if you are experiencing a bad tube? Been going through infertility treatments for 2+ years and fighting that I only have one good tube. The infertility drugs seem to lower my uterine lining to a point there is nothing for an egg to cling to.

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  • Lakeisha

    me and my fiane have been tring to conccieve a baby for 4 years with no results. What can we do? Is there a form of fertility pills to get pregnant for men too?

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  • ASHLEY

    Hey guys. I was thinking about trying out FertiBella and i just had a few questions. First off, my husband and i have been trying to concieve for over a year but have had no luck. He wants a baby but doesnt think that we should try fertility medication but i want a child SO bad! If i were to get pregnant do i have to tell my doctor that i took a fertility drugs or is that not important?? Also, has Fertibella caused any health problems? Thanks guys

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  • Brittsy

    I really really want to have a baby.I had a abortion whwas younger which created abnormal cells. And I have had an STD before.is that why I can’t conceive?

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