Possible Causes of Infertility

If you have regular periods, learning to track your cycle is the first step. Because your hormones and your body changes so dramatically depending on whether you are leading up to ovulation or a certain number of days after ovulation, charting your cycle is ESSENTIAL for diagnosis and effective treatment.

Once you have become “an expert on yourself,” a trained physician can order a cooperative hormonal evaluation, serial ultrasounds to look for problems with ovulation, and a selective hysterosalpingiogram (a procedure preformed by an Ob/Gyn to look at the fallopian tubes.)

Learn what you can do about infertility.