There is no sure-fire way in which to become more fertile, both in cases of men and women. However, there are some steps that can be taken and lifestyle changes that can be made in the course of one’s day to day life that can help improve chances of conception. For both men and women, […]
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Getting pregnant becomes more complicated with age for women of al backgrounds and ethnicities. You are most fertile in your early 20s, and fertility usually begins to decline after the age of 30, and then again further after 35, when this decline speeds up even more. However, that is not to say that women cannot […]
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If you face fertility issues, your doctor may prescribe fertility pills to you. There are a range of different fertility pills, often closely matched to the fertility treatment a patient is to undergo. The mechanisms of action of different fertility pills is different from treatment to treatment, but they are all predominantly aimed at helping […]
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Getting fertility treatment can be a long and complicated process. When it comes to undertaking fertility treatment of any kind on the NHS, there are three main types of treatments: fertility medication, surgical procedures, and assisted conception such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilisation (IVF). These processes range in how long they take, […]
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You can get fertility pills from your doctor to support you in your journey towards conception. Both an NHS doctor as well as a doctor from a private healthcare provider may prescribe you fertility medication, so long as certain risk factors and considerations have been accounted for. However, it is not typically a run-of-the-mill GP […]
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