10 Facts About Infertility You May Not Know

10 infertility facts
10 infertility facts

Infertility issues are actually a lot more common than people realize. It’s estimated that 10% of the population suffers from fertility issues. In America alone, more than 5 million individuals are dealing with this subject.

If you have been trying to get pregnant and thinking infertility maybe something to look into – knowing the facts is important.  Learn what percentage of infertility is the result of male infertility, how many months to try for a baby before seeing a doctor, what are the most common fertility drugs, all about IVF usage in America and more!

10 Facts Regarding Infertility

  • Top 4 Reasons for Infertility 1 of 10
    Top 4 Reasons for Infertility
    Ovulation problems, tubal infertility, sperm problems and unexplained infertility are the main reasons for the problem of infertility.
  • How Many Months Does it Take to Get Pregnant? 2 of 10
    How Many Months Does it Take to Get Pregnant?
    Most doctors recommend 6 months without any birth control before an infertility evaluation.
  • 14 States REQUIRE Insurance to Provide Coverage 3 of 10
    14 States REQUIRE Insurance to Provide Coverage
    Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and West Virginia require insurance coverage for infertility.
  • Which States Use IVF the Most? the Least? 4 of 10
    Which States Use IVF the Most? the Least?
    Washington DC has the highest rate of IVF usage.
  • IVF Pricing 5 of 10
    IVF Pricing
    Pricing for IVF is the highest in the United States. Many Americans travel overseas to seek fertility treatment.
  • IVF is Popular 6 of 10
    IVF is Popular
    50,000+ Children a Year in the United States are Conceived Via IVF
  • 7 Most Popular fertility Drugs 7 of 10
    7 Most Popular fertility Drugs
    The 7 most common fertility drugs are: clomid, follicle stimulating hormone, heparin, human menopausal gonadotropin, human chorionic gonadotropin and leuprolide.
  • Male Infertility 8 of 10
    Male Infertility
    Male infertility is the cause of 40-50% of infertility issues with couples.
  • Babies After 35 9 of 10
    Babies After 35
    20% of women have their first child after they are 35.
  • Feeling Alone 10 of 10
    Feeling Alone
    It's normal to feel alone when struggling with infertility. Find support with others.

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