When Diagnosed With Unexplained Fertility
No one should have to go through the emotional suffering that comes with not being able to have a baby. The only emotional pain that can top it, is not having options or things to try because the doctor doesn't know what it wrong. This situation is called unexplained infertility, had happens more often then you would think. How can the doctor not know what is wrong? That question is always ringing through the minds of those who have been diagnosed with unexplained infertility. When you go to a doctor with an infertility problem the doctor runs all these tests testing the parts of both the male and female reproductive system. In some cases the tests won't show any abnormalities, or signs that anything is wrong.
This is when a doctor will diagnose a couple with unexplained infertility. Unexplained infertility is more emotionally stressing and painful than it would be if the cause of the infertility is known. This is because when you know the cause of the problem; you know how to start fixing it. When you don't know what is wrong, the options seem few and far between. You don't know where to start looking for answers.
The truth is, there are limited options when faced with unexplained infertility. The first thing to do is get a second opinion. Ask the new doctor to repeat the tests, or if there are any other tests they could perform. If the tests come back with the same results, you should start looking at herbal remedies, or alternative medicine. There herbal remedies will increase sexual libido, the immune system, and fertility of both partners. When you think about it, unexplained fertility means that there is medically nothing wrong with you. There should be no reason why you are not able to conceive, so this leaves you with a few more options. These options are a more high tech solution such as GIFT, IVF, ZIFT, etc. There are minimal problems that can occur in this field and there is a high success rate for those with unexplained fertility. This is because the medicine and procedures are meant to assist in the fertilization of the egg.
This process in fertilization is one of the hardest for women to achieve, and if they are assisted there, there is a good chance that they will do well the rest of the pregnancy.
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