Are You Having Trouble Getting Pregnant?
Having trouble getting pregnant can be one of the most emotional, personal and challenging situations that a couple can experience. At Consultants in Women’s Healthcare, we provide individual initial assessments for infertility in women and can guide you along the way to achieving your goal of parenthood.
When to See a Gynecologist About Infertility?
When trying to get pregnant under the age of 35, the general rule is to wait a year before seeking medical evaluation and intervention. If you are over the age of 35, it is recommended that you speak with you doctor after six months of trying to conceive. However, if you have concerns or questions at any point in the process of trying to become pregnant, scheduling an appointment with a gynecologist can help ease your worries and provide tips on successful conception.
If you are having trouble getting pregnant, an initial evaluation of infertility may include:
- Semen analysis
- Lab work
- Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) to check for tubal patency
Infertility Treatment Options
There are several options that your gynecologist may recommend depending on the cause of infertility and your provider at Consultants in Women’s Healthcare will create a personalized treatment plan that works best for you. Some of these treatment options may include:
- Medications to induce ovulation
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- In vitro fertilization (IVF)
Set Up an Appointment at Consultants in Women's Healthcare
If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, the experienced providers at Consultants in Women’s Healthcare are here to help. We offer infertility consultations in the St. Louis region and will guide you through this difficult and personal experience to help you through the challenges associated with infertility.
Schedule an appointment with Consultants in Women’s Healthcare.