Infertility 101

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How common is infertility?

If you're struggling with fertility, we want you to know that you're not alone. In the U.S., 10% to 15% of couples have been diagnosed as infertile. But, that doesn't mean you can't achieve your goals of having a family. To get more information about infertility and your infertility options click here.

What causes infertility?

If you believe you may be struggling with infertility, your doctor can perform an evaluation to determine the potential cause of your infertility. Common causes of infertility are:

  • Egg count and quality
  • Sperm count and quality
  • Hormone disorders and imbalances
  • Issues with reproductive organs

You can learn more about causes of infertility here.

What are my infertility options?

An infertility diagnosis doesn't mean an end to your dream of building a family. Your path to getting there just might look different than what you had originally mapped out. If you're struggling with infertility, the options below could help your have the family you've always wanted:

  • Surrogacy
  • Adoption
  • Fertility drugs and medical procedures

Learn more about your infertility options here.

How common is infertility?

If you're struggling with fertility, we want you to know that you're not alone. In the U.S., 10% to 15% of couples have been diagnosed as infertile. But, that doesn't mean you can't achieve your goals of having a family. To get more information about infertility and your infertility options click here.

What causes infertility?

If you believe you may be struggling with infertility, your doctor can perform an evaluation to determine the potential cause of your infertility. Common causes of infertility are:

  • Egg count and quality
  • Sperm count and quality
  • Hormone disorders and imbalances
  • Issues with reproductive organs

You can learn more about causes of infertility here.

What are my infertility options?

An infertility diagnosis doesn't mean an end to your dream of building a family. Your path to getting there just might look different than what you had originally mapped out. If you're struggling with infertility, the options below could help your have the family you've always wanted:

  • Surrogacy
  • Adoption
  • Fertility drugs and medical procedures

Learn more about your infertility options here.

Infertility impacts millions of American every year. Hopeful parents who dream of starting a family are often crushed and confused when they encounter this unexpected obstacle. But, there is hope.

There articles in this section will do two things:

  1. Explain the most important information about infertility
  2. Provide pathways for you to continue on with your dream of starting or growing your family

To learn more about surrogacy as an option in response to infertility, click here.

Articles

About Infertility

Infertility can be a confusing and emotional topic. But, there is hope for anyone struggling with infertility. The first step to taking control back in your...

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Causes of Infertility

Infertility is an increasingly common diagnosis faced by hopeful parents in the U.S. There are many causes of infertility, and the best way to learn the...

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Infertility Options

There is hope after infertility. Receiving a diagnosis of infertility can be devastating. It may seem at first like the future you've hoped for has been...

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Infertility Professionals

There are doctors, clinics, counselors, surrogacy specialists and adoption agencies who can provide guidance and support for hopeful parents who are coping with an infertility diagnosis....

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Infertility Treatment

An infertility diagnosis can be devastating. But, there are options for moving forward. Here's what you need to know about infertility treatment, as well as your...

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Questions About Infertility

Thousands of hopeful parents struggle with infertility every year. You are not alone, and there is hope for a brighter future. Along the way, you may...

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Secondary Infertility

Secondary infertility is more common than most people realize. If you have recently received a diagnosis of secondary infertility, or if you think this is something...

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Understanding IVF

In vitro fertilization — known more commonly as IVF — is one of the most common treatments for hopeful parents experiencing fertility problems. The process is...

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