Unexplained Infertility

Unexplained Infertility

What is unexplained infertility?

Unexplained infertility is when everything checks out okay on both the man and the woman’s end of reproductive health, but the couple still cannot get pregnant. It is also a fancy term for “the doctor-laughing-all-the-way-to-bank-and-has-an-MD-under-their belt-still-can’t-figure-it-out.” I have no personal experience with this, and I am glad because I cannot imagine the level of frustration it would put someone through to not know what was wrong and why their bodies couldn’t perform a basic biological task that other couples could achieve with a bottle of cheap wine and a gas station condom. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

How many cases of unexplained infertility?

10-15 % of infertile couples are diagnosed with unexplained infertility. The misnomer is actually not that there isn’t a reason for infertility. It’s that the doctors can’t identify the reason for infertility. But yet, the only thing a couple can do is the same thing all the other infertile couples are doing despite the difference of the origin of the infertility problem. It doesn’t matter if the problem is ovulation, sperm, a combination of the two, or unidentified. There are only a few things for you to try, and they are the same things no matter what the problem is, whether it is known or otherwise.

What statistics show regarding unexplained infertility

It’s like giving 3 different patients, with three different health problems, the same prescribed solution. It isn’t tailored for the individual because there aren’t enough options to try to combat the problem. A couple with unexplained infertility who has been trying to conceive unsuccessfully for three or more years only has a 1-6% chance per month of conceiving (I assume these statistics are only reflecting the chance of conception and do not factor in the statistical rates of live births). The average (or as I call the lucky ones) couple has a 20% chance of getting pregnant each month. That’s just the average. That’s not counting super-fertile people who “claim” to have conceived on birth control. Which I think is the biggest wad of bull hockey this side of the Kentucky River. Anyway, essentially, treatments such as fertility drugs and procedures such as IVF are merely giving couples a leg up into the normal range of statistics to put them on the par with the average people.

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