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ttc for 2 years and nothing Lock Rss

I’m sorry you couldn’t conceive during these years. I completely agree with you! There is no time to waste. Both you and your DH should start thinking about next step. If you are under 35 and you and your partner have been trying for a year, talk to your doctor about undergoing fertility testing to find the cause. If you are older than 35 and have been trying for at least 6 months, experts recommend that you consult a doctor. Of course, anytime you have concerns - regardless of your age - you should talk to your doctor. Unfortunately about one in ten couples experience infertility. The good news is that the majority of infertility cases can be treated, whether by addressing the cause or by methods such as ivf, de ivf, surrogacy etc. For women, there are several conditions and factors that cause most of the cases of infertility. Let's start with age. It's the single most important determining factor for a successful and healthy pregnancy. When a woman is around age 35, her egg quality and quantity decline significantly. To put it into perspective, a 25-year-old healthy woman may have a 30 percent chance of pregnancy trying the good old-fashioned way, a 38-year-old woman has a 10 percent chance, and a 42-year-old woman has only a 1 percent chance. Aside from age, one of the most common causes of female infertility is infrequent ovulation. This is often the result of hormonal problems or conditions such as pcos, in which a woman produces excess male hormones and does not ovulate regularly. Fallopian tube blockage is another possible culprit. Blockage is typically the result of scarring, from a pelvic infection, a previous ectopic pregnancy, or surgeries such as appendectomy or removal of ovarian cysts (a prior abortion rarely affects fertility). Some women are also prone to developing growths called fibroids or polyps in the uterus; this may block fallopian tubes or lead to infertility and miscarriages. Hun, my advice to you will be to go to a specialist asap. Don’t waste time on googling causes of infertility because only doctor can make a proper diagnosis. Good luck!
Dear you're not alone! The longer you wait to seek help, the more challenging conception becomes. But with comprehensive treatment, most couples can become biological parents one way or another. The first step toward overcoming fertility issues is to understand what the label "infertile" really means. The technical definition of infertility for women under 35 is an inability to get pregnant after one year of trying; for women over 35, it applies after six months of attempting to conceive. Women tend to face a wider variety of roadblocks on the way to conception. As previous poster has already mentioned, about 25 percent of infertility issues are due to blocked tubes. That could be a result of pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or ectopic pregnancy. Another 25 percent of issues are due to ovulatory dysfunction. Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) is another common condition, in which the ovaries stop functioning properly in women under 40. Another 10 percent of female-related infertility is attributable to abnormalities in the uterus that require surgical correction. These commonly include uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths within the uterus, or structural problems with the uterus. But in roughly 20 to 25 percent of infertility cases, the cause is completely unknown. That means all tests are normal and the cause is likely related to age in one or both partners.

Only your doctor can tell you the cause and prognosis for your situation, but there are often several treatment options. IVF can be particularly effective in treating absent or blocked fallopian tubes or low sperm counts, but it's better to attempt it sooner rather than later. If IVF is unsuccessful and there are no issues with carrying a pregnancy, many women are excellent candidates for using donor eggs or embryos. For women who have enough eggs but cannot carry a pregnancy, implanting her eggs in a surrogate is another option. Wish you luck dear!
Sometimes it just happens. Imsorry to hear about all your struggles. It must have been really hard. I think it is time you see your doctor about this. You need to see what the problem is. You might be suffering from some sort of infertility. But don't worry. There is always a solution.
Go and talk with specialist and don't be afraid. Technology is very fast in now a days. You should concieve your baby with testtube babies.
Welcome to the forum, Dina! I deeply sympathize with you, dear. It's your right to wish for children. All I can tell from your post is that you tend to over think a lot. Please, don't stress yourself. This can also be a reason for the delay. I know that you're upset, but please don't risk your health. Visit an OB as soon as possible. Don't be scared. Even if you're declared infertile, there isn't any reason to be upset. Nowadays there are a lot of advanced methods which help you in getting pregnant. Infertility can be treated, this you have to keep in mind. Being afraid might just waste time, which you shouldn't. Be a strong woman and go for it. Good luck!
if you have been trying aturally I think that it is time to move on. you can start with ivf as I think iui is not the best option when it comes to higher chances. I'd prefer icsi. and I think that it is what we are going for this time around. It is a bit more expensive, but it is really effective.
I am somehow really confident in it. I do not know why though.
but I also have the b-plan. I have found the clinic where if I need to I can sign for surrogacy oe. it is called World center of baby
i for my part have everything planned out. if the 3rd round does not work, I am going to move on to surrogacy.
Hi, there! Welcome to the forum. I'm really sorry to hear about your situation. Sadly, it can be like that, at times. Two years is a long time, actually. Doctors prefer medical check-ups after six months of trying without any success. It's your decision, though. I think it would be a better idea to get your tests done. I know, that sinking feeling won't go away. It's really annoying, but is it really worth skipping the idea altogether? I don't think so! There's no shame in going for assisted conception. You should probably visit a fertility clinic. Let them examine you medically and give the verdict. Hopefully, it won't be anything serious. If it is, you'll be able to get treated for it!
Welcome to the forum, first of all. We are very happy to have another momma! I hope things get better for you honey. Have you considered opting for assisted conception? I really believe it could be the ideal way to go. Sending you lots of love and baby dust. You can get through this!
Two years is a really long time, honey. I can't believe you haven't gotten tested, yet. You should be going right away. You don't want to leave it, too late. That's almost never good, to be honest. I want to wish you the best of luck. I really hope it's nothing serious. However, it makes no sense to not go for it! It would be an even better decision to find a good clinic. I think you should directly visit a clinic. Good luck to you! I hope things work out well for you. Keep us posted on how it goes. My prayers are with you. You can do this!
First of all, welcome! Make yourself at home, haha. We're all thrilled to have you, here. Secondly, I think it's a no-brainer. Why haven't you already been to the doctor? I get the fear factor. It shouldn't be stopping you from becoming a mom, though! You should be consulting one, right away. If I were you, I would be looking up clinics, right now. It's that important to get a move on! I hope to God, it's nothing serious and you're okay. Either way, if it is, then you shouldn't be too worried. There are so many ways around it. IVF, IUI, etc are all really good options. Good luck to you! It will all be fine.
It would be ideal for you to visit a fertility clinic. Two years is a long time, honey. You haven't even given these other methods a try. It would make no sense to give up hope, so easily. You can do this, okay? Good luck to you. If you need help regarding a clinic, I can help with that. Just let me know, okay?
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