QUESTIONS ABOUT INFERTILITY

How do I know that I may have fertility issues?

Infertility is described as a condition of unsuccessful conception after unprotected sexual intercourse for 12 months. If you experience this, then it may be time for you to seek fertility consultation and plan for proper fertility treatment.

Have I done something wrong? Why is this happening to me?

These may be the most common questions that come to your mind when your many attempts to conceive for over 12 months have failed. Due to social norms that labelled pregnancy as something that should be “easy and natural”, it may lead couples to feel incapable and frustrated with their failure in conception.

Actually, infertility is a health condition that should attract the same emotional support as any other health conditions and should be free of such stigma. It is not your fault. Hence, you and your spouse should stop the blame game which will only damage your relationship.

Regardless the infertility issues involve the male or female or both, you and your spouse should consider the infertility factor and look for fertility consultation, set an appointment with our experts to get a counselling session to find out the fertility treatments options available.

I have concerns and feel uncertain about seeking fertility treatments. Who should I talk to?

You are not the only one who feels uncertain in the journey of getting fertility treatment. We truly understand that lending an ear to you during this uncertain period is crucial to help walk you through your fertility journey.

Hence, feel free to contact us to set an appointment with our fertility experts for a thorough counselling session and express your doubts and concerns freely without being judged, so that our fertility experts can help clear your doubts and provide you with the fertility treatment options appropriate for your condition.

How is Infertility diagnosed?

Through a series of private counselling sessions, the couples’ medical history, and sexual habits will be assessed. Physical examination will be conducted in order to determine their general state of health. For the female partner, more specific tests are carried out such as pelvic scans (PVS), and blood hormone profile. For the male partner, a semen analysis will be conducted.