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How can doctors assist me in getting pregnant?

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posted Oct 26, 2015 by anonymous

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Infertility is one of the major health conditions we are observing these days. There are a multiple reasons that cause infertility. But, there is always a question on when do you need to visit your physician for getting this condition diagnosed. Facts say that, if you are below 35 and have been trying to conceive for 6 months to 1 year; or you are above 35 and have been trying to conceive since 6 months, it is the right time to visit your doctor.
The assistance provided by the doctor to help you conceive greatly depends on the severity and your lifestyle. Based on the extent, previous techniques if any tried and the current health conditions, the doctor might suggest you to undergo any one the three major Artificial Reproductive Technologies(ARTs). They are Intra Uterine Insemination, In vitro fertilization and Surrogacy.

answer Jan 25, 2016 by Dr Prachi
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I have read this interesting article, which tells that air pollution can also responsible for the women's fertility.

The connection between a woman’s fertility and air pollution

http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/FUkCUnITmOahNQoX3hodFK/The-connection-between-a-womans-fertility-and-air-pollution.html

Risk of infertility was 11% higher in women who lived within a distance of 200 meters from a major highway than those who lived farther.

Women living close to highways are more likely to have fertility issues compared to women who live away from them, suggests a study. The study points out that air around highways is more polluted due to higher movement of cars. Researchers from Boston School of Medicine followed 36,000 women from 1993 to 2003 and examined air pollution and traffic exhaust near their homes to find out if it had any effect on their ability to conceive. About 2,500 women were diagnosed with infertility. It was found that the risk of infertility was 11% higher in women who lived within a distance of 200 meters from a major highway than those who lived farther. The study appeared in the journal Human Reproduction.

http://humrep.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2016/01/02/humrep.dev330.abstract

answer Jan 25, 2016 by Gargi
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