Six million couples in the United States—one in eight —struggle with infertility. You are not alone in your concerns. Infertility is typically defined as no pregnancy after 12 months of unprotected intercourse. Though this is the formal definition, it does not apply to all people and all situations.
Arming yourself with the basics of fertility will help you understand the essentials of reproduction and help you with the decision about if and when you should seek reproductive services.
A note regarding the Zika Virus and pregnancy:
Due to the evolving information on the screening, transmission, and prevention of Zika Virus, the FSMG team would like you to refer to the most up to date information provided on the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS) webpages:
Click Here to visit the CDC’s webpage
Click Here to visit the OTIS webpage
Dr. Morales, Dr. Shelly and Dr. Maas