Why You Should Consider a Visit to a Chicago Infertility Center

Dr. Randy Morris

Why You Should Consider a Visit to a Chicago Infertility Center

Dr. Randy Morris

Chicago Infertility Center

Time-time-time is a critical factor for a woman 35 or younger who has been unable to conceive a baby naturally after one year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse.

As a rule of thumb, Dr. Randy Morris advises you to immediately visit the Naperville Fertility Center if:

  • You are under 35 and have been unable to get pregnant after one year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse, or
  • You are over 35 and have been unable to conceive after six months of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse.

It would be remise for a fertility specialist such as myself to advise women to wait six months to one year in every case. Every individual is unique and fertility is not solely gaged by age. I do insist on being more aggressive in treating infertility for a woman in her advanced maternal years. – Dr. Randy S. Morris.

Dr. Randy Morris has compiled very important infertility factors that women should keep in mind as they make decisions about delaying parenthood past their prime reproductive years.

  • A woman’s prime reproductive years are from 18 to 30
  • After 33, a woman’s chance of pregnancy lowers on a monthly basis due to her naturally Diminishing Ovarian Reserve (DOR)
  • DOR is the depletion of the number and quality of egg follicles being produced by a woman’s ovaries due to the natural aging process
  • After 37, a woman’s egg quantity an dquality diminishes substantially

Another caveat from Dr. Morris:

The definition of infertility must be qualified when considering a woman who has taken up to eight months to conceive and then miscarries 2 or more times. In fact, she may be suffering from a medical condition causing her to miscarry a pregnancy. Therefore, she should seek medical treatment before continuing her attempts to conceive naturally.A recent National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded study found that in order to increase their chance of pregnancy – women between 38 to 42 – are foregoing some of the less costly infertility treatments such as IUI and electing IVF as their first treatment of choice.You can read more about Dr. Morris in the news and discover why you should consider a visit to the Naperville Fertility Center – only 30 miles from Chicago – sooner than later. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Morris today and receive top notch advice about how to increase your chances of having a baby.

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