One in eight couples will have trouble getting pregnant. To understand the reason for infertility, a doctor will order a series of tests for the couple and determine the best path forward. Sometimes during a fertility workup, there is no identifiable cause for infertility and these couples are given an unexplained infertility diagnosis. Not having a clear answer for why you can’t conceive can be frustrating, but the good news is that it doesn’t mean a fertility specialist can’t help grow your family.
Join Dr. Allison Rodgers as she explains what it means if you are diagnosed with unexplained infertility and how seeing a fertility specialist can help you on your fertility journey.
- What is unexplained infertility?
- What could be causing/the reason for unexplained infertility?
- How common is unexplained infertility?
- Does unexplained infertility affect certain age groups more than others?
- What tests are performed to diagnose unexplained infertility?
- Should couples who are diagnosed with unexplained infertility continue trying on their own or seek treatment?
- What are the treatment options for unexplained infertility?
- How do you determine which treatment option is best for an individual or couple with unexplained infertility?
- What are your chances of getting pregnant if you have unexplained infertility?
- Is there anything someone diagnosed with unexplained infertility can do to improve their chances of conceiving?
- Does insurance cover treatment for an unexplained infertility diagnosis?
- Unexplained infertility can be a frustrating diagnosis. What advice do you give to those who are diagnosed with unexplained infertility?