Four Expert Tips for a Successful Fertility Journey

The best way to achieve a successful fertility journey is to have a plan and then a backup plan. Here are four tips from our experts to help you play your pathway to parenthood.

Tip #1 
Know When It’s Time to Seek Out a Reproductive Endocrinologist

Conception is not always immediate especially for women who consciously choose to delay childbearing. Delayed childbearing seems to be the largest culprit of infertility. In fact, by the time a woman reaches 30 years of age, over 90 percent of her eggs have been depleted. If you are older than 33 and have been trying to conceive for longer than six months, it is a good idea to seek an opinion and a diagnostic workup from a Reproductive Endocrinologist.
Tip #2 
Set Parameters and Have a Back-Up Plan

Having trouble getting pregnant can be mentally exhausting, and undergoing infertility treatment is stressful and demanding both physically and financially. In my experience, it is essential to set parameters for treatment options, have realistic expectations of a given treatment, and most importantly, have a backup plan in place in the event that there is a failed cycle. Knowing what your financial reserve will allow can help you set the course of treatment.
Tip #3
Open Communication with your Partner

Speaking with your partner, sharing common goals for the course of treatment, and listening and being sensitive to each other’s thoughts and feelings is also crucial and helps to relieve some stress during the process.
Tip #4 
Become Your Own Best Advocate

The most important piece of advice from both a personal and a professional standpoint is to become your own best advocate. It is often difficult to know what questions to ask, and it can be overwhelming to seek the best resources for an infertility cycle. This often requires an insider’s approach to the industry. Engaging an Infertility Consultant is an essential first step to becoming your own best advocate and savvy consumer, especially when treatment involves egg donation and surrogacy. A qualified Infertility Consultant should provide clients with targeted questions specific to their diagnosis, identify resources to suit individual criteria, and secure a team of unbiased multi-disciplinary professionals to increase the chances of accomplishing the client’s family building goals. Ultimately, being your own best advocate will help maximize the likelihood of success and minimize financial expenditure.

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