With regular, unprotected sexual intercourse 80 per cent of women become pregnant within a year.
Even so, fertility varies from person to person and up to 15 per cent of couples experience some difficulties. In this section we look at fertility treatments that are available for couples (including lesbian) and single women.
Fertility testing usually involves blood tests to measure for important hormones and ultrasound.Learn more
Fertility can be treated with drugs to stimulate the normal reproductive cycle or procedures to create a pregnancy.Learn more
In the past, men with infertility had limited treatment options. Today, new tests and treatments have enabled many infertile men to father children.Learn more
Male infertility treatments
The treatment for male infertility depends upon its underlying cause.Learn more
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