for Older Couples – Infertility increases with Age
There are several options in seeking treatment for infertility. If
couples are unable to conceive after one year of trying, experts say you
should consider seeking treatment. You may want to receive a thorough
diagnostic evaluation to determine the best course of action. This can
be done by an infertility specialist.
There are several infertility treatments including Assisted Hatching,
micromanipulation, Microsurgical Tubal Repair, ICSI Offers New Hope for
Couples With Male Factor, IVF with ICSI - A Treatment For Men With No
Sperm in Ejaculate, and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).
Women today are waiting to get pregnant more frequently than before.
This is the reason for most of the infertility today, according to Dr.
Sherman Silber, author of How to Get Pregnant.
In an ABC News
Sliber said that when women are in their early 20’s they have a 1%
chance of being infertile. By the time women reach their late 20’s they
have a 16% chance of being infertile. The number goes up to 25% when
they get into their 30’s.
This type of problem does not occur with men according to Silber. Sperm
production in men does not drastically decrease with age. Men either
have high sperm counts or they don’t.
You may want to also review the State Infertility Insurance Laws to
assist you with financial considerations. Then you need to choose the
right clinic. There are directories for infertility clinics. The
ihr.com website is a great place to find clinics in your area. If you
are using a third party egg-donor as part of the process, you may want
information on how to choose donor. The Internet Health Resources
website is a great resource for this as well.
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