Let’s talk on the fertility test.
It is the choice of each individual and couple, within their own sense of conscience, to determine if they intend pregnancy, and if so, the size of their family unit and the timing of when to have a child.
The ability to conceive is called “fertility”, and getting it to check at the clinic is called -fertility test
A child holds significance in the emotional journey when they decide to prepare for conception and this makes conception as much an emotional process as a physical one.
It is neither a stigma nor a taboo to fail to conceive.
However, for clinical interventions to be attempted and to define assisted reproduction, the following clinical definition is used for infertility – “it is the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse”.
A couple beyond these 12 months should seek assistance from qualified clinicians to help them achieve clinical pregnancy.
It is however rare that they seek assistance quickly and go through the fertility test because generally these are considered private matters.
At Subhag we understand these concerns and help you make the right choices in a scientific manner. Please read on for more information and some questions that are frequently asked –
How common is infertility?
Infertility is a common occurrence and occurs in one in six couples (as per Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction).
For fertility problems, sometimes interventions can be attempted which range from simple fertility awareness methods to drug therapy.
However, sometimes medical procedures are used known as assisted reproduction technology (ART) or Assisted Conception Techniques
To select any of the above methods and help couples, there is a range of tests that are conducted by specialists who are trained in this field and then they determine the right method to assist the couple.
Will the tests be too difficult for infertility?
The simple answer to this is no. Fertility test is as normal as a test for Diabetes or any normal blood test.
Bearing this in mind the couple should always have a positive mindset and undergo the tests to assess the reasons and help the doctors assist your efforts in conception.
At all times, medical professionals in this field are keen to hear from you and answer all your queries.
So you should be very open in your communication and seek answers to questions that linger on in your mind.
The rule is ‘no question is intelligent and none is stupid’.
Is my case too complex than others?
Don’t be too hard on yourself. All of us were born with the same elements with some variations. Time taken for conception, age, etc. are all a part of this variation.
Therefore, there will be people who have gone through or are going through the same experience as you. The more you remember this, the more you can focus on fertility efforts and positive outcomes.
Which clinic should I choose, which doctor is best?
Please remember, in today’s age you will see many numbers and advertisements of the same.
You need to read them carefully. A 50% success rate means 50% of the couples who got treated achieved conception, while the other 50% may have stopped treatment or moved to another city or another clinic.
There are multiple ways to present 50% as a success rate.
Therefore, you should insist on understanding this number carefully, check the credentials of your doctor and make the right choice.
At Subhag, through these blogs, we will try our best to address these queries and make it as friendly for a non-medical person to understand as possible.
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