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Unexplained fertility, do you even consider about IVF? Where the border stands?

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Nearly 80% of the couples that are trying to have a baby suffer from unexplained infertility. This is a message that has been sent from the Queen’s University Belfast and it has been published in the journal Reproductive Biomedicine Online.
According to this report there are 1 million couples worldwide that undergo fertility treatments every year. We may have heard about that on the daily news, but we didn’t know that one third of them are told about the unexplained infertility problem that they have. This actually means that doctors cannot explain what is wrong and why they cannot have a baby. It is a huge problem among all young couples that are desperately seeking ways to have a baby.
If you have an unexplained infertility, do you even consider about IVF? Where the border stands? Simple explanation about those borders
This so called border stand right into the women age, how long have they been trying to have a baby, and if the woman have been pregnant before and had her first child. This is a border that explains everything. From personal experience I have seen many couples that have been trying to have a baby. Yes most of them were diagnosed with unexplained infertility which is quite often these days. There is something that I and my colleagues cannot understand. It is about why people and I are talking about young couples about 22-24 years all are disappointed. Usually they are disappointed after trying in the first month. They should not be disappointed because they are too young and they haven ben trying too long. That is why the doctors say that you have to be married for three years and then try all the methods for getting pregnant. Starting with IVF too early is not such a great solution unless you are 35 years old and have been trying in the past three or four years. It is understandable that doctors recommend the less invasive and cheaper methods before starting the in vitro fertilization process, which is $12,000 per cycle, but with those methods the doctors are making a huge disservice. When we talk about those women that are under 35 could be better off trying to get pregnant on their own. This is only at least for the next few months. As for women that are older than 35, it is better to avoid wasting their precious time and straight ahead to IVF or consider about the adoption options.
Just trust yourself
Having always irregular periods, which means twice a year the chances of ever getting pregnant are too small. Doctors in these cases often prescribe Clomid in order to induce ovulation. Most doctors do not recommend, but Provera has done miracles in some infertility cases. Women that are 40 years old have a chance for getting pregnant despite their age. Unexplained infertility, do you even consider IVF? Where the border stands? Having a good doctor that believes in you can help in these situations. It is actually the most important thing. No matter how far that doctor is you have to find him and take your chances.

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