Not all cases of prolonging attempts at pregnancy require assisted reproduction programmes. It may happen that a few specialist tests are just enough to find and then eliminate the reasons of problems with getting pregnant.
When you are planning pregnancy, it is good to consult a gynaecologist who will explain fertility-related mechanisms, order tests preparing for pregnancy and give advice on how to increase the chances of getting pregnant. Additional testing is useful in the optimal preparation of a woman’s body for pregnancy, but it will also help exclude basic abnormalities that may hinder conception. Many disorders and diseases cause significant problems with achieving a pregnancy while they can be easily diagnosed and effectively treated.
When getting pregnant is troublesome, we diagnose and treat first: