Male and female fertility concerns
Infertility is medically defined as an inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse or an inability to carry a pregnancy to full term. It affects about 15% of couples worldwide and can be caused by many different factors. In most cases, infertility is due to problems with ovulation, the fallopian tubes, or the uterus. Less commonly, it may be caused by hormonal disorders, genetic defects, lifestyle habits, or other health conditions. If you are having trouble getting pregnant, it may be time to talk to a professional about your situation. Yuliya Litvak of KHROM MEDSPA & WELLNESS by Khrom Aesthetics in Brooklyn, New York, is here to assist with herbal, natural, and holistic support solutions for those experiencing infertility.
What is infertility?
Infertility is when a couple has trouble conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to term. It can result from several different factors that include hormonal disorders or lifestyle habits.
How is infertility diagnosed?
If you are having trouble getting pregnant, your doctor may order tests to identify the cause so you can receive the appropriate treatment and maximize your chances of having a baby.
What is the best treatment of infertility in males and females?
Infertility treatment varies depending on the underlying cause. Many couples with mild infertility problems can successfully conceive with fertility treatments such as ovulation induction drugs or minor surgery to correct structural abnormalities. In cases where the problem is more severe, advanced reproductive technologies such as IVF may be necessary.
Are there lifestyle changes I can make?
No matter what the cause of infertility, there are steps you can take to improve your chances of conceiving. These include eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight, and reducing stress.
How do I schedule a consultation with a professional to discuss infertility concerns?
If you are having trouble having a child, talk to our team of medical professionals about your options and what you can do to increase your chances of conception. Call 718-521-2912 to request a consultation with our team to determine the most appropriate course of action to help improve fertility. The office is located in Brooklyn, NY, at 239 Court Street.