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Unexplained Infertility – What to Do When You Can’t Conceive

Unexplained infertility may be the most frustrating reason for not conceiving a baby, because you can’t solve a problem if you don’t know what it is! Here’s what to do when you can’t conceive.

According to the experts at MedicineNet.com, about 10% to 15% of infertile couples are diagnosed as having unexplained infertility. According to the Mayo Clinic, about 33% of  infertile couples have unexplained infertility (the different statistics may depend on how the numbers are compiled, and the definition of “infertile couple”).

To learn more about not getting pregnant because of unexplained infertility, read Is Your Body Baby-Friendly? Unexplained Infertility, Miscarriage & IVF Failure – Explained and Treated.

And, here are six things to do when you’re not conceiving a baby…Read More »Unexplained Infertility – What to Do When You Can’t Conceive

Are Infertility Rates Increasing? Fertility Doctors Say “No”

No, infertility rates are not increasing. Here, fertility doctors explain three reasons infertility rates are not increasing — this is one of the fascinating morsels in 100 Questions & Answers About Infertility ! Women aren’t getting pregnant any less today than they did 50 years ago. This infertility book also explains why women aren’t conceiving babies.

“Approximately 80% to 85% of couples who are trying to become pregnant will successfully conceive within a year,” writes John Gordon, MD and Michael DiMattina, MD in 100 Questions & Answers About Infertility. “Thus infertility is defined as the inability to achieve a pregnancy within 12 months of unprotected intercourse.”

If you’ve been trying to get pregnant for at least a year – and can’t conceive – then you may be coping with infertility. For everything you could think to ask about infertility and baby-making, read 100 Questions & Answers About Infertility. And, read on to learn why people think infertility rates are increasing….Read More »Are Infertility Rates Increasing? Fertility Doctors Say “No”