Fertility Testing: What You Need To Know

It’s estimated that more than five million people in the United States will experience infertility problems while trying to become pregnant. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after having intercourse without contraception for 12 months. Many factors can affect your ability to conceive a baby: your medical and sexual history, medications you’re taking, your use of caffeine, tobacco and alcohol as well as exposure to environmental toxins. Working with a dedicated medical team focused on the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of infertility can help you understand your options. After a detailed medical and lifestyle history is complete, your
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