There is a lot of research and attention to female fertility problems and studies shows, that female fertility begins to decline significantly around the age of 35, and around the age of 40, the chances of becoming pregnant are halved. The main reason is that the number and quality of the woman’s eggs are reduced, but there are a lot of other factors that affect female fertility and infertility.
Here, you can read about female infertility and all associated topics. You will find articles on topics such as; how lifestyle impact fertility, testing and treatment of fertility problems, emotional aspects when struggling with fertility problems, storage of gametes, risks of fertility treatment, how to choose the right donor, and articles related to the period before, under and after fertility treatment and many more topics.
All our articles are written by leading experts within the field of fertility and infertility, such as doctors, scientists, consultants etc.
Approximately 12% of women have impaired fertility, and about 7% of couples have infertility. In women, the leading causes are
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