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Helping Your Patients Who Are Having Difficulty Conceiving 

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Roughly 15% of couples have difficulty conceiving. How and when should we properly evaluate them?1

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    Infertility is defined as being unsuccessful in achieving pregnancy with unprotected intercourse for 12 months or for 6 months in women over 35. And since evaluation should be offered to any patient who meets this definition, reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Priya Maseelall is here to review some key evaluation strategies for infertility.

    Quest Diagnostics Center of Excellence for fertility testing, ReproSource, is a national leader in specialty fertility diagnostic services. While ReproSource is a Quest Diagnostics affiliate, ReproSource and Quest are separate companies. As such, health plan access, test ordering, and billing processes may differ from those of Quest Diagnostics. Please note that ReproSource is not a Medicare/Medicaid provider. For more information, please contact ReproSource at 1.800.667.8893 or visit ReproSource.com/Contact

    Reference:

    1. Agarwal A, Mulgund A, Hamada A, Chyatte MR. A unique view on male infertility around the globe. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2015;13:37. Published 2015 Apr 26. doi:10.1186/s12958-015-0032-1

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