6 Myths And Facts About Infertility You Need To Know

While infertility can be frustrating for couples attempting to have a family, it can also be very perplexing. Outside of the doctor’s office, infertility is a taboo subject, and couples often feel embarrassed or uncomfortable about discussing their difficulties having children. This has led to plenty of myths around the subject. Let’s churn out the truth from these misconceptions.

Here is the list of ten myths and facts about infertility that no one really talks about.

Myth 1. The Struggle to Conceive Is Something that Only Women Face

Fact: When it comes to talking about pregnancy, women usually garner the most attention. Men and women are equally affected by infertility. Each sex has its unique set of infertility symptoms, such as testicular pain or menstruation changes.

Hence infertility is not solely a women’s problem.

Myth 2. Infertility Can Be Caused by Using Birth Control

Fact: Positive or negative, the pill has no effect on a woman’s ability to conceive. For women who have stopped taking the pill, their regular pattern of menstruation will nearly invariably resume within a month or two of stopping.

Myth 3. Women’s Fertility Is only Affected by Age, Not Men’s

Fact: Men and women both experience age-related changes in infertility, but women’s fertility declines at a different rate than men’s. Between the ages of 32 and 37, women’s fertility decreases significantly, sometimes by as much as 50%.

Myth 4. Health Has No Impact On Fertility

Fact: At Ferticity Fertility Clinics, we treat hundreds of patients and believe us health really plays a key role in determining the success rate of any infertility treatment.

Myth 5. if A Man Is Able to Ejaculate He Is Not Infertile

Fact: Don’t believe such advice. If a man can ejaculate it doesn’t mean that he is fertile.

Most guys with infertility don’t show any obvious indicators of the condition. Sperm movement (motility) and sperm shape (morphology) can also play a role in a man’s inability to conceive.

Myth 6. Couples Who Already Have Children Are Immune to Infertility Issues in The Future

According to our infertility specialists, infertility is the inability to get pregnant following a period of twelve months of regular, unprotected intercourse. In the second pregnancy, the same factors will be present.

There are a variety of conditions that can impair a woman’s reproductive system, including endometriosis, uterine/tubal damage, ovarian dysfunction, and sperm quality.

Don’t let myths about infertility hold you back from starting a family. If you’ve been trying to conceive for more than a year, contact Ferticity Fertility Clinics and schedule an appointment with us.