Having Trouble Conceiving? You Are Not Alone. 

You are not alone… One in six couples experience difficulties conceiving a child. However with the advances in assisted reproductive medicine many couples have an increased chance of conception. Blue Sky Fertility’s approach is to provide you the least invasive, most cost-effective treatment option that optimizes you chances for a successful pregnancy.

A naturally conceived pregnancy requires: an egg and ovulation, normal healthy sperm, functional and patent (open) fallopian tubes and a receptive uterus. Not surprisingly, the main reasons a couple have difficulty conceiving are concerned with these 4 issues.

Why are we having trouble conceiving?

Research has identified many causes for infertility that involve both the male or the female or a combination of multiple factors. Although not an exhaustive list, infertility can be caused by impaired production or poor quality sperm and/or eggs, abnormal structure or function of male and female reproductive systems, and/or hormonal and immune conditions in both men and women. Both female age and sperm quality are identified as key issues affecting success rates. In 10-20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be particularly frustrating for those concerned.

Blue Sky Fertility offers a range of treatments to address the above issues. Dr. Riggs and the staff at Blue Sky Fertility will provide you an accurate diagnosis, and help you understand all your options.

Ready to Get Started?

To see how the Blue Sky Fertility can put your fertility goals in motion, call us at 816-301-5506 to schedule an appointment, or fill out the form and we will contact you.

 

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