What underlying conditions may affect fertility?
Maybe you have been trying for a year, your health is good, and you have taken steps towards a healthier lifestyle. You have quit smoking, drinking, and you try to time intercourse around ovulation, but you do not conceive.
Unexplained infertility is when your first fertility tests are normal, and you are taking the natural steps you can to improve your odds of conceiving. You are left with frustration, worry and confusion; why are you not getting pregnant?
In this video Professor Roger Hart discusses why a woman might be having trouble falling pregnant and what she can do. For more information visit Fertility Specialists of WA's website.