Subfertility, sometimes referred to as infertility, is when a couple can’t get pregnant (conceive) despite having regular unprotected sex. Subfertility affects a sizable proportion of the population. There are now many options and treatments in order to support this.
Risk Factors in Women?
Age: The ability to conceive starts to decline after the age of 32 years approximately
Smoking: Smoking can significantly increase the risk of infertility in both men and women
Being obese or overweight
Lack of or excessive exercises
Sexually Transmitted Infections
We strongly recommend seeking guidance from a specialist or GP if you haven’t conceived after a year of trying. In some cases, such as women aged over 36 should seek further guidance sooner.
Here at Highgate Private Hospital, we have London’s leading Consultant Gynaecologists who will assess your individual symptoms and concerns and undertake any diagnostic tests needed to get to the bottom of what is causing the issue. An individual treatment plan will be tailored and agreed with you