Female Hormone Testing: An Important First Step
As a woman, it would be so wonderful to be able to say that it’s not your fault that something is wrong and you can’t conceive. The problem with that is that you really cannot say that, as more times than not, it is the woman that is faced with the problem. Yet, there are countless helpful methods and testing that can improve your chances of becoming pregnant by simply educating you on your condition. Although you may not want to make this step, it is an important one and many times, it does lead to important understanding that is, if nothing else, a step in the right direction.
One of the most common testing that you will need to do is called the Female Hormone Testing. This test is designed to help gauge your hormone level or give the doctor some idea of what is happening, when it is happening and why. This can help them by providing you with the necessary information to improve your chances. It provides the road map, so to speak to finding success through treatment.
The Female Hormone Test is almost always done for patients that are considering IVF or In-vitro Fertilization. Nevertheless, the test is as simple as taking 11 tests of saliva during the month. You will need to take these tests at very specific times during your cycle. You will then send the test directly to your lab to be examined. Your doctor may recommend having this done for a couple of months if in fact there is an error in the testing or you feel that you haven’t had the process happen at the right times.
When the test comes back, it will tell your doctor just how much hormone has been in your system over the course of the month. It is specifically look at the level of hormone of estrogen and progesterone. These numbers can help them to determine why you may not be conceiving.
Possible problems that may be found including problems with maintaining the right level of progesterone, the cycle phasing problems, no ovulation problems or even early ovulation occurrence. These will lead your doctor to determine the right course of action for your specific case.
Is There Any Hope of Increasing Your Fertility?
Many women and men are faced with the wonder of why they haven’t been able to get pregnant just yet. The fact is that there are millions of people that have to face this challenge on a daily basis and not many of them will realize that they need to get a bit of extra help for it. The good news is that with today’s latest medical technology and the education that is out there, many people that would not otherwise be able to have a baby can make it happen. Are you able to do this?
One of the largest worries that people have is that they are somehow inadequate. This is simply not the case. As you know, not everyone is structured in the same way and for those that are facing the dilemma of not being able to conceive, it can be devastating. Yet, there are many reasons to believe that there is hope out there for you.
What can you do?
• Educate yourself in infertility, in increasing your chances and in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
• Take the time to find a doctor that you can truly trust, not only that you think knows what they are talking about.
• Spend time talking about other options if in fact you can’t conceive on your own. This will open the doors to more hope and positive thoughts no matter what the outcome.
• Don’t be afraid to say there may be a problem as soon as you think there may be. The sooner, the better the solution will be.
• Take the time to communicate all of your feelings, good and bad about the situation to your spouse. They need to hear that you are feeling the same as they are.
Today, millions of people face the possibility of not being able to conceive. Instead of saying that you are less than perfect, find a way to make it happen. Determine what is wrong and take your time in finding the right solution for you and for your family. For many of those out there wondering about the what if situations, it is time to take action now and really increase your chances. You can find many benefits in increasing fertility when you take a closer look.
Learning About the Infertility Problem
When it comes to infertility, the sad fact is that more and more couples are finding themselves wondering why they can’t have a baby. Although it is very worrisome and it can just be a fluke, for many it is anything but. Today, there is an estimated 25% of couples that are looking to conceive that will not be able to. That is a high number and one that has risen significantly over the last few years. Why? That is for another time, but before you can look at what could be happening to you, educate yourself on what could possibly be wrong in the first place.
It is estimated that many of that 25% of couples will end up turning to some form of fertility treatment to conceive. They will learn through their doctors what is happening within them. Take a look at some of the things that could potentially be something that is harming you.
The second highest percentage of cases (26%) is couples that find that there are male problems causing the infertility. These can range from any number of things. Next, you have ovulatory failure (20%) which will include such things as polycystic ovary syndrome. Tubal damage and then endometriosis are following up with the next percentages.
So, what is the leading cause of infertility? The problem here is that it could be that there are multiple problems or, and more likely this is the case, the causes just can not be explained fully. This leads to nothing but frustration and aggravation. Yet, that doesn’t mean that you need to fall in this 30% of the bracket.
There are many doctors providing all types of different fertility treatments that can help many people. In many ways, the doctor will be able to determine just what it is that is causing your problem and then you will work with him to determine the best course of action to take.
One thing for you to remember is that, yes, there are thousands of people that will seek help and some will not find it. But, you are guaranteed not to find success if you don’t seek out a reason, educate yourself and find the right solution. When you do this, you will improve the quality of life you have and enhance your chances of conceiving again.
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