Causes of Infertility

Causes of Infertility

When patients come to SpringCreek Fertility, they’re looking for answers. From the initial physician consultation through the diagnostic work-up, every avenue is explored in determining a diagnosis. Establishing a diagnosis will enable your physician to create your treatment plan, which is the first step on your path to reproductive success. While there are a multitude of possible diagnoses, the most common causes of infertility include:
Advanced Age: As a woman advances in age, many biological changes take place that work against conceiving and carrying the pregnancy to term. From age 30 to 35, there is a gradual decline in the ability to become pregnant; after age 40, there is a sharp decline.

For more information on potential infertility diagnoses, please schedule an appointment for an initial consultation with our physician.

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When To See a Specialist?

When To See a Specialist?

Deciding when to see a fertility specialist can be complicated. We’ve created a short quiz to help.

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Are you a heterosexual couple that has tried to conceive for over 6 months?

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Are you a single person trying to conceive?

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Are you a same sex couple trying to conceive?

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Do you have any genetic concerns?

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Do you have irregular menstrual cycles or ovulatory problems?

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Are you a patient where male factor infertility is present?

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