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What are the most common pitfalls for couples faced with fertility problems?
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Dr. Serena Chen
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not getting help!
The statistics show that most couples that are struggling with infertility can have a baby if they get help, but only half of couples with fertility issues ever get help! why? Many people are afraid to get help.
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In brief: Not getting help!
The statistics show that most couples that are struggling with infertility can have a baby if they get help, but only half of couples with fertility issues ever get help! why? Many people are afraid to get help.
You are doing the right thing by using healthtap to become informed about your health and about your options for treatment. Check out our website for more info: www.Sbivf.Com.
Dr. Serena Chen
Dr. Serena Chen
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Dr. Thomas Heston
Family Medicine
In brief: Assigning causes
A common pitfall is to not try long enough.
Another common pitfall is to assume that it is a problem with the woman. A third is to not get medical help after trying unsuccessfully for a year or so.

In brief: Assigning causes
A common pitfall is to not try long enough.
Another common pitfall is to assume that it is a problem with the woman. A third is to not get medical help after trying unsuccessfully for a year or so.
Dr. Thomas Heston
Dr. Thomas Heston
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Dr. Philip Chenette
Fertility Medicine
In brief: Full evaluation
The most common problem is not getting your questions answered.
If you are under 35 and have tried for a year, or over 35 and 6 months, or anytime if you are concerned about menstrual cycles or male factor, seek advice of a specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Pursue good health, nutrition, and stress reduction. And if you are in one, take care of your relationship!

In brief: Full evaluation
The most common problem is not getting your questions answered.
If you are under 35 and have tried for a year, or over 35 and 6 months, or anytime if you are concerned about menstrual cycles or male factor, seek advice of a specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Pursue good health, nutrition, and stress reduction. And if you are in one, take care of your relationship!
Dr. Philip Chenette
Dr. Philip Chenette
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