Female infertility can be attributed to a single or possibly several factors inhibiting a couple’s ability to conceive, and accounts for more than a third of infertility cases. The key is to understand the specific causes affecting the individual, which can be achieved by completing a series of diagnostic tests and reviewing the results with a reproductive endocrinologist. Age-related infertility is prevalent, particularly where the female exceeds the age of 35. In women less than 35 years of age, reproductive disorders such as polycystic ovarian syndrome and endometriosis may be impeding conception from occurring. Your physician will discuss the proper treatment for your specific conditions once results have been obtained from our lab for both you and your partner.
Treatment Options for Women
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