Infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant after one year of trying for women less than 35 years of age or after six months of trying for women over 35. Women who are able to become pregnant but cannot stay pregnant may also be infertile. About 10 percent of women ages 15-44 in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant, according to the CDC. Approximately 15% of American women of childbearing age receive care for infertility each year.
Both women and men can have problems that cause infertility. About one-third of infertility cases involve problems with the female, one-third are due to problems with the male, and the other cases are due to a mixture of male and female problems or unknown problems.Learn More »
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Fertility and Endocrine Associates' Dr. Robert Homm talks about the common causes, diagnosis and treatment for recurrent pregnancy loss.
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