Infertility is a disease that results in the abnormal functioning of the male or female reproductive system. Complete infertility is rare, but if 1 year of normal unprotected sex or 6 months if age is over 35 has failed to result in pregnancy
you have to search for causes.
One in seven couples has fertility problems and difficulties with conceiving1,2.
Behind the causes 1/3 of women’s, 1/3 of men's health problems and 1/3 of the mixture of these are standing2. Behind the female causes 35% of ovulation problems, 35% of blocked fallopian tubes, 20% of endometriosis and 10% of other disorders are present3.
In many cases there is PCOS or less fertile eggs behind infertility. Find out more about PCOS and how egg quality can be boosted!
With age there are less and less follicles, so there is no point to wait long, it is better to look for help.
of couples never seek help even though they have difficulty to have a baby4.
Do not be among those, look for help!
First, consult with your doctor!
Chart reference: Baker, T. G.; Sum, W. (1976): Development of the ovary and oogenesis. In Clinics in obstetrics and gynaecology 3 (1), pp. 3–26.
1Boivin, Jacky; Bunting, Laura; Collins, John A.; Nygren, Karl G. (2007): International estimates of infertility prevalence and treatment-seeking. Potential need and demand for infertility medical care. In Hum Reprod 22 (6), pp. 1506–1512.
2Greenhall, E.; Vessey, M. (1990): The prevalence of subfertility. A review of the current confusion and a report of two new studies. In Fertility and sterility 54 (6), pp. 978–983.
3Subfertility. Causes, treatment and outcome (2003). In Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology 17 (2), pp. 169–185.
4Boivin, Jacky; Bunting, Laura; Collins, John A.; Nygren, Karl G. (2007): International estimates of infertility prevalence and treatment-seeking. Potential need and demand for infertility medical care. In Hum Reprod 22 (6), pp. 1506–1512. DOI: 10.1093/humrep/dem046.
If you would like to boost the quality of your egg cells or if you are diagnosed with PCOS you do not have to give up on your desire for childbirth!
Studies have found that in one third of PCOS women with excess weight, alone weight loss with regular exercise, healthy diet is capable of restoring hormone balance, such as normalization of ovulation, follicular cracking, and the elimination of insulin resistance1 and in this process taking RICHTER CycleBalance® can help.
Take a visit to your gynecologist and choose RICHTER CycleBalance®! It can help! It will not just increase your chances of getting pregnant by naturally regulating cycle and balancing hormones, but also eliminate other symptoms of PCOS.
1Moran, Lisa J.; Pasquali, Renato; Teede, Helena J.; Hoeger, Kathleen M.; Norman, Robert J. (2009): Treatment of obesity in polycystic ovary syndrome. A position statement of the Androgen Excess and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Society. In Fertility and sterility 92 (6), pp. 1966–1982. DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2008.09.018.