• If youre having trouble getting pregnant, youre not alone.• Based on data from the American Pregnancy Association, more than six million couples in the United States have difficulty becoming pregnant.
• Most couples do not seek treatment until after struggling to become pregnant or performing some in-home fertility tests on their own.• There are tests that measure FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) levels and LH (luteinizing hormone) to determine when the best ovulation takes place.
• Women trying to become pregnant should strive to improve their overall health and well-being, and one of the best ways to do that is to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
• Additionally, women may be experiencing hormonal imbalances that affect their menstrual cycle and ovulation
• In regards to men, they may have to undergo a semen analysis to evaluate sperm count, sperm morphology, and sperm motility
• When all of these basic tests and health are done and still does not bring you to pregnancy, you may want to try an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). You are probably familiar with some of these procedures.
What’s The Cost of Assisted Reproductive Technology?• Costs vary from one clinic to the other, and can be influenced by a number of factors.• In many areas, assisted reproductive technologies cost about $12,000 without any ancillary procedures.
• Examples of ART are: gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT), and in vitro fertilization (IVF), which is one of the most well-known fertility procedures in the industry
• Get more information from a Reproductive Fertility Specialist . Ask any and all questions concerning how to have success in becoming pregnant.
• For those in the Northeast or the Boston metropolitan area please schedule a consultation at the following website: • www.FertilityClinicProvidence.com