While there are no guarantees that unprotected sex will lead to pregnancy, what we do know is that frequency plays an important role in increasing your chances.
A study involving 221 “presumably fertile couples” found that couples who have sex daily, or every other day, have a better chance of conceiving than those who limit intercourse to once per week.
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If you and your partner are struggling with infertility, chances are a sperm analysis will be part of your assessment at your doctor’s office.For the man, there’s no escaping it as male infertility accounts for a significant amount of the cases where a couple can’t get pregnant. To alleviate fears and get you better prepared here are some quick facts you need to know.1....Learn More
In this section of our site, you will find numerous blogs covering everything fertility that you as patients have said you would like to talk about.
We use this platform to reach out and communicate to you, especially if you’ve been thinking about your fertility, talking about it, researching the IVF process or just reading about artificial insemination. We also cover IVF costs, In Vitro...Learn More
“Both my tubes are blocked; do I have any chance to get pregnant? What are my options? How can I know if my tubes are ok? Can tubes be fixed? Can tied tubes be reopened?”
These are only few of the hundreds of questions I get asked every day and it’s understandable why there is a lot of confusion on this topic.
Allow me to address some of the major concerns around tubal factor infertility.
I was driving along this week and the song, Whistle While You Work, by Katy Tiz was playing. I was having one of those days where it felt like it was coming at me in all directions. But by the end of this song I couldn’t help but stop and smile and decided it was time embrace my inner child and whistle for the first time in years!
I puckered my lips, sucked in the air and out came this...Learn More