Sometimes the life changes just are not enough to help you conceive. If this happens, medication might be issued. This medication can improve ovulation and even increase chances of multiple births to take place.
Although your mind will be hopeful that the medication will work, you may still find yourself not yourself on the inside. The doctor will also do a physical examination, and surgery might even be required. Surgery can fix some problems such as blocked fallopian tubes and remove cysts, fibroid, and scar tissue. Surgery is not a guarantee fix to the problem.
When nothing else seems to be working, some last resorts can be taken. The process of assisted reproductive technologies can be used. This is done when a human sperm and egg are joined together in a lab to help with the conception progress. The eggs and sperm can be donated by you and your partner or donated from other people.
Another treatment that can be used is artificial insemination. This occurs when semen is collected and processed in a lab then directly inserted into your cervix or uterus.
The last process is called in vitro fertilization. This happens when an egg is taken from the female and mixed with sperm in a lab. Once this egg and sperm combination is about two or three days old, the embryo is then placed back inside the woman’s uterus. What is suppose to happen is that the embryo is to implant itself in the uterus lining. Infertility is common among women, but you should not let it discourage you. For every problem there are answers and solutions.