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Couples can take control over their family planning by understanding a few key things about infertility.

When it comes to understanding infertility, it can often seem like there is a lot of information out there to sift through. Although it may seem like a daunting task to learn about the causes, signs, and treatments of infertility, there are many helpful resources available to educate couples and point people in the right direction towards being able to finally start their family. For example, the National Infertility Association, also known as RESOLVE, provides easy to access information for men and women who want to learn more about infertility. There are helpful fact sheets, current articles, and a wealth of support and resources available online through their website.   For those who are just starting out on this journey, there are four important ideas to know about that will make it much easier to learn about and address infertility.

  • Both women and men experience infertility: Nearly 6.7 million people in the United States are affected by infertility. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), men represent half of these individuals affected by infertility. Clearly, infertility is not just a woman’s problem. The good news is there are many resources available to treat both male and female infertility.
  • Simple changes can make a big difference: When it comes to treating infertility in the early stages, there are many simple lifestyle changes that can be made that will have a big impact on your ability to conceive. For example, both men and women can focus on eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, avoiding damaging habits such as smoking or excessive caffeine consumption, and taking time to relax. For some people, this is all it takes to be able to finally conceive.
  • It is a good idea to discuss early treatment options with your doctor: Don’t worry, your doctor will not require you to take a clinical fertility test before you are ready. If you have had difficulty getting pregnant and want some good advice on ways to optimize your ability to get pregnant, you should make an appointment to visit with your doctor. Your doctor will be able to identify early steps you can take to enhances your ability to conceive and can outline your other fertility options or recommend a fertility specialists should you eventually choose to go that route.
  • Infertility can be treated at home without clinical procedures: Not every person has to go through invasive clinical testing and treatments to overcome infertility. In fact, there is now a prescription treatment known as the Conception Kit® at-home system that can be used in the privacy of home and does not require prior fertility testing. The Conception Kit® at-home system is easy to use and affordable. It combines timed ovulation with cervical cap insemination to effectively treat common male and female infertility issues such as low sperm count, low sperm motility, and an acidic vaginal pH environment. The Conception Kit® can be obtained with a prescription from your doctor and is a covered pharmacy benefit under most insurance companies.

There are many simple early steps to take when it comes to addressing infertility in men and women. People can take heart knowing they have many options for taking control of their family planning and with the help of simple and affordable treatments like the Conception Kit® at-home system they can overcome infertility and finally begin the family they have always wanted.

About Conceivex, Inc.

The mission of Conceivex, Inc. is to give women and couples health care products that assist them in reaching their reproductive goals. Currently, one in six women is looking for help becoming pregnant. This is why Conceivex manufactures and distributes the Conception Kit® at-home system, a safe, effective, and reasonably priced method to help women and couples overcome infertility in the privacy of their own home. The Conception Kit® at-home system is FDA cleared and easy to use.

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