Couples experiencing infertility often ask the question “why us?”. There are many reasons and it’s not always the woman’s “fault” as many often speculate. What matters most is that you seek help when it’s needed. If you are under the age of 35 and have been trying to conceive for a year, but have been unsuccessful or have been having miscarriages, you need to see your doctor. If you are over the age of 35 and have been trying to conceive for six months unsuccessfully, that’s the time to get help.
Many fear if they need assistance from a fertility specialist that it will be difficult and costly. Not so says Coastal Fertility physician, Dr. John Schnorr, “In many cases, there are some simple procedures we can try that are non-invasive yet very effective.”
For more information on the subject, we turn to a recent interview from the University of Utah Health and Sciences radio program, where Dr. Kirtly Jones discusses what can cause infertility and how doctors can help if you’re having trouble conceiving. Click here to read the full article.