Many loving individuals and couples want to become first-time parents or have another child but find themselves unable to when the time is right because of infertility issues.
Despite the way it’s often portrayed, infertility is not a “woman’s problem”—in fact, it occurs at around the same rate in both men and women. Nevertheless, it’s common among women. And, infertility can affect a woman of any age in her child-bearing years—not just older women.
There are many possible causes of infertility, ranging from benign polyps on the uterus to endometriosis to organ abnormalities. Sometimes female infertility can be treated easily, other times it requires a more complex treatment plan.
Thankfully, women today have many options. Reproductive assistance (including using donor eggs and/or a ) along with incredible advancements in assisted reproductive technology (such as in-vitro fertilization) are helping people from all walks of life have children.
In this eBook we explore:
- What infertility is
- What causes it
- Risk factors for infertility
- How long to wait before seeing an infertility specialist
- How infertility is diagnosed and treated
- The option of surrogacy
- The benefits of using a surrogacy agency
- And more!
To learn more about the surrogacy process for intended parents and whether it might be right for you, download a free copy of our eBook, Women and Infertility: Why It Happens and What You Can Do.