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Genetics can influence fertility through inherited conditions that affect reproductive health or predispose individuals to certain fertility challenges.

Chronic stress may impact fertility by disrupting hormone levels and menstrual cycles. Managing stress through relaxation techniques can be beneficial.

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Fertility preservation techniques like egg freezing or sperm banking allow individuals to store reproductive cells for future use, especially before medical treatments that may affect fertility.

Female fertility declines with age due to decreased egg quantity and quality. Male fertility can also decline with age, affecting sperm quality and quantity.

Recurrent pregnancy loss refers to experiencing multiple miscarriages. It may be caused by genetic factors, hormonal imbalances, uterine abnormalities, or other medical conditions.

LGBTQ+ individuals and couples can explore donor sperm, donor eggs, gestational surrogacy, reciprocal IVF, and adoption to build their families.

 
 

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. It can lead to infertility by causing inflammation, scarring, and hormonal imbalances.

Men can enhance fertility by maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking, limiting alcohol intake, avoiding excessive heat to the genital area, and managing stress.

A balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats supports fertility by providing essential nutrients and promoting overall health.

Secondary infertility occurs when a couple who has previously had children experiences difficulty conceiving again. It can be caused by age, health changes, or new fertility challenges.

Costs vary widely depending on the treatment type, clinic, and insurance coverage. It's important to inquire about all potential expenses upfront.

Offering emotional support, attending appointments together, educating yourself about fertility issues, and communicating openly can help strengthen your relationship during this time.