A woman only knows how fertile she is once she tries to conceive. If you are trying to get pregnant, get to know what factors affect fertility, how to boost yours, and what to do if you’re not succeeding.
Unexplained infertility is a frustrating diagnosis to receive. It is also a common one. Approximately one in four fertility challenged couples will be told there is no explanation for why they can't conceive. Unexplained infertility does not, however, mean that you have no options. There is a reason for hope.
While one doctor may diagnosis your case as unexplained, another fertility specialist may say you just haven’t been fully evaluated. And they may be right. Medical conditions, environmental factors and hidden 'fertility roadblocks' all influence your ability to get pregnant with or without IVF.
Unexplained infertility is a controversial diagnosis. By definition, it’s a diagnosis of elimination. Your doctor has determined you do not have this, this, and this problem, and yet, you’re not able to conceive. What it really means is, "we really have no idea why you can't conceive". So don't stop trying!
"Statistically by the time you reach the age of 40, you have 6 hidden modifiable health conditions that are all potential roadblocks to fertility. Most are preventable or modifiable with personalized natural fertility medicine."
Although there are many reasons why a couple may be infertile, hormonal imbalances are one common cause. Hormonal imbalances in a woman may cause ovulation problems, while a hormonal imbalance in a man may interfere with sperm production. While the situation can be challenging, many treatments are available that hep you get pregnant & the key to success starts with functional lab testing. BUMP® is a proven system that works particularly well for those with hormonal problems and when when IVF has failed.
Both egg and sperm quality rely on healthy mitochondia to enable fertilization. Several modifiable health conditions create problems with oxidative stress and result in poor mitochondrial function. This is namely due to their influence on reactive oxygen species (ROS). Oxidative stress, is characterized by both mitochondrial and nuclear genome damage. So both ROS and mtDNA mutations are considered to be major aetiological factors in both male and female fertility. When you take action and make the decision to let me help you, we can reverse egg and sperm damage.
For many couples, IVF may provide a viable solution to help them to get pregnant. What's import to know is that a cycle of IVF can be unsuccessful for many reasons like poor egg quality, or implantation problems. This being said, at BUMPFertility we understand the reality is, (aside from structural abnormalities or fertility problems that can't be modified), the same reasons stopping you from conceiving in the first place, may still come into play during an IVF cycle and be major causes of why the cycle is unsuccessful. This is why at BUMP, we know just how important it is to aim to be within your peak fertile zone irrespective of how you are trying to conceive.