An inability to conceive is often caused by a combination of different factors. These may be both environmental and physical. In your initial consultation and the subsequent treatments, our doctors will be happy to advise you in detail about the various influencing factors.
Involuntary childlessness is often caused by a combination of different factors. These could include environmental as well as physical causes. During your initial consultation and the subsequent treatments, our doctors will be happy to advise you in detail about these different factors. In addition, we will also explain what you can do to increase your chances of becoming pregnant.
If you have a strong desire to have children and this is part of your fixed plans in life, it is often disappointing if your chances of pregnancy are low or if the possibility of having your own child is extremely limited. If your desire to have a child starts to take over your relationship and constantly grows, this can be not only physically but also mentally exhausting. Many patients find new hope in the possibility of fertility treatment.
Pregnancy, parenthood and an inability to conceive are all very emotional experiences. The psychological and emotional aspects that accompany such big life decisions and changes need to be taken into account just as much as the physical effects. Modern medicine is increasingly accepting that the mind and body are very closely interrelated: constant internal stress and high expectations cause stress, which can also have a physical impact.