Conquering Infertility by adopting advanced treatments Options and Clinical Trials
Trying to achieve parenthood can be a difficult period in a couple’s life, especially when you are suffering from infertility. Infertility strikes the core of what means to be a man or woman, tests companionship/marriage, and shakes faith. According to a report published in The American Congress of Obstetrician and Gynecologists, infertility is a condition in which a woman has not been able to get pregnant after 6–12 months of having sex without using birth control. Approximately 10 percent of couples in the United States are infertile.
You might be unaware of the fact that fertile couples have only a 20 percent chance of getting pregnant in any given month.
The report suggests to determine the root cause of infertility prior to starting a treatment.
Infertility may be caused by more than one reason: it could be due to problems with ovulation, blocked fallopian tubes, and health or quality of sperm. With the advancement of the diagnostic assessment of infertility, many sophisticated treatments are available that may lead to a successful pregnancy.
To get pregnant, a woman requires the right balance of hormones to ovulate periodically and men need certain hormones to produce healthy sperm. The most common drugs for infertility are Bravelle (follicle stimulating hormone) Crinone 8% Vaginal Gel and Intramuscular Progesterone, GnRH Antagonist (Cetrotide), clomiphene (clomid). Women who take drugs to cause ovulation start to ovulate regularly. If there are no other problems, more than half of such women get pregnant within 6 treatment cycles. If the fallopian tubes are blocked, surgery may be done to open or remove them. Assisted reproductive technologies are also getting popular to process eggs and sperm to help an infertile couple conceive a child.
You should not consider infertility is “just bad luck” or “God’s will”. If you believe in yourself then try hard to achieve what you deserve. One option is to go for infertility clinical trials. It may help. There is a lot to know about clinical trials of infertility that aim to ease or cure contraception, infertility, the endocrinology of reproduction in the human body.