My wife and I have been trying to get pregnant for about 18 months now with no luck. We’re going to have to see the doctor, but I don’t know what to expect as far as a diagnosis. Is Infertility Treatable? What’s the treatment for female infertility?
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InfertilityInfertility affects about 6.1 million people in the United States—about 10% of men and women of reproductive age. A fertility specialist is usually an obstetrician-gynecologist (specialist in women's reproductive health) with advanced education, research, and professional skills in reproductive endocrinology.
Top 5 Injectable Infertility TreatmentsThere are several different types of injectable fertility drugs that help women get pregnant. They are composed of different types of hormones that are implicated in the development and fertilization of the egg.
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