An unbelievable 1 in 4 (aka World Health Organisation) experience fertility issues when trying to conceive
It’s never too early to start thinking about this. Whether you’re in your 20s, 30s or 40s, if having a family is in your life plan, then taking control of understanding where you are on the fertility scale is crucial. Some may go through the menopause as early as 30s and in some cases as early as 20s. It’s important to future proof if you want to protect having a family as an option for your future.
Experts say it’s time to check with a doctor if you‘ve had regular sex without birth control for 12 months if you are under the age of 35 and for 6 months if you are over 35. A fertility test will help you to understand where you are and to be guided to your next steps.
Perhaps you haven’t met the right partner yet. You naturally want to take time to find ‘the one’. Take the pressure away by taking control of your fertility for you. Finding out if you have lots or few eggs gives you the option to take control and consider egg freezing to give you more time. To prevent your family option being taken away from you.
Men and women’s fertility reduces as we all age. Fertility issues are a 60/40 split between men and women. It is a shared issue. it is a sensible choice to test your fertility. A man’s fertility can be affected by a variety of issues. Knowing if your fertility is compromised, it can give you the option to do something to improve for your future family.