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Trouble Conceiving? You're Not Alone.

TROUBLE CONCEIVING? YOU'RE NOT ALONE 1 IN 6 COUPLES HAVE TROUBLE ACHIEVING OR SUSTAINING A PREGNANCY Infertility is diagnosed after 12 months of unprotected sex with no conception. INFERTILITY MAY BE CAUSED BY: TUBAL DAMAGE FEMALE ISSUES SPERM DEFECTS OVULATORY FAILURE MALE ISSUES LOW SPERM COUNT ENDOMETRIOSIS but the most common cause of infertility is UNEXPLAINED When in fact, many of these couples may simply be MISTIMING INTERCOURSE BIGGEST CONCEPTION MISTAKES 1 USING CALENDAR METHODS - which involve timing sex as if ovulation occurs on day 14, but FEW WOMEN OVULATE ON DAY 14 - for everyone else, DAY 14 CALENDAR METHODS DON'T WORK 2 RELYING ON OVULATION PREDICTOR TESTS (OPKS) OPKS may be OFF by 16 - 48 HOURS Many women's MOST FERTILE TIME has already passed by the time the kit detects ovulation. 3 OVER-PRESCRIPTION OF CLOMID If you're already ovulating, CLOMID HELPS YOU OVULATE CLOMID WON'T HELP if you're not ovulating on your own. In fact, Clomid may DRY UP CERVICAL FLUID O which can REDUCE LIKELIHOOD OF CONCEPTION THERE'S A BETTER WAY FERTILITY AWARENESS METHOD FAM ALLOWS YOU TO IDENTIFY WHEN YOU'RE MOST LIKELY TO CONCEIVE and empowers you with the tools to understand your body and fertility. TIME COST KNOWLEDGE Fertile couples using fertility awareness CONCEIVE FASTER. FERTILITY AVWARENESS FERTILITY AWARENESS helps may help couples IDENTIFY CYCLE PROBLEMS SAVE THOUSANDS INTERFERING WITH CONCEPTION 90% conceive using FAM in unneeded fertility treatments. WITHIN 3 MONTHS compared to so you can have an informed conversation with your doctor. 54.5% not using FAM The Fertility Awareness Method is proven to get you pregnant faster. LEARN MORE Ask your doctor Find a fertility specialist Practice FAM with an app SOURCES Chandra, A., Copen, C. E., Stephen, Elizabeth E. (2014). Infertility Service Use in the United States: Data from the National Survey of Family Growth, 1982-2010. National Health Statistics Reports, No. 73. Hilgers, T. W., Daly, K. D., Prebil, A. M., Hilgers S. K. (1992). Cumulative pregnancy rates in patients with apparently normal fertility and fertility-focused intercourse. J Reproductive Medicine, 37(10):864-6. Juul, S., Karmaus, W., Olsen, J. (1998). Regional differences in waiting time to pregnancy: pregnancy-based surveys from Denmark, France, Germany, Italy and Sweden. Human Reproduction, 14(5):1250-1254. Stanford, J. B., Thurman, P. B., Lemaire, J. C. (1999). Physicians' knowledge and practices regarding natural family planning. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 94(5 Pt 1): 672-8. Stanford, J. B., White, G. L., Hatasaka, H. (2002). Timing intercourse to achieve pregnancy: current evidence. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 100(6):1333-41. OKINDARA

Trouble Conceiving? You're Not Alone.

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Infertility hurts. As of 2010, 1 in 6 American couples have trouble achieving or sustaining a pregnancy, and this number is rising. Many of these couples may not actually be infertile at all; they may...





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