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The Baby Dance Blues: What Professionals Say You Should Know About Infertility

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By Mia Bolaris-Forget

So, you’re trying to conceive and aren’t having any “luck”. And, you’re not alone. According to statistics about 20 percent of all married couples in the U.S. alone experience fertility issues and the inability to conceive of maintain their pregnancy after one year of trying to conceive.

Now, you’ve evaluating the situation and wondering about the effects of birth control, some decisions back in your college and/or single days, some less than healthy habits, and of course your some decisions back in your college and/or single days, some less than healthy habits, and of course your age

But, according to experts among the key causes or contributors to infertility are (common) infections, yet this cause is frequently overlooked.

Experts suggest that infection-causing bacteria that builds up throughout our lifetime, even before we are born, in the womb, or via previous sexual encounters and activity, may remain asymptomatic until the point in which we try to get pregnant.

They note, that overlooking infections is a key concern since most couples are (unsuccessfully) attempting to place an embryo in what they term a somewhat “unhealthy” environment, on that has lost its purity and it often places the (unborn) child in the presence of harmful microbes.

Should infections be suspected as the cause of infertility, professionals suggest an aggressive treatment of antibiotics. And, they add that according to their professional opinion, in vitro fertilization often (IVT) frequently overlooks the underlying infection/cause and should only be an option as a last resort. In fact, some experts go on to suggest that IVG is the most overpriced, and the most financially, emotionally and physically draining of all the other alternatives.

Finally, they note, that the only surefire way to avoid infections is via abstinence and they remind (couples) that the presence of bacteria and fertility are not mutually exclusive.

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