I can’t get pregnant

Not being able to get pregnant can be a difficult time and can affect many aspects of your life.

Often, a married couple, continuing to see the negative results of a pregnancy test, do not know how to do it. The sooner you consult a specialist, the sooner we can help determine the cause of infertility and resolve it. The primary consultation with your doctor is to gather detailed information about your gynecological status, a thorough analysis of available medical records, the ability to perform an ultrasound examination of the pelvic organs, and, if necessary, to submit the necessary tests. During this visit, you will be able to get answers to your questions. Once the diagnosis is established, the next step is to create an individualized treatment plan. The recommended approach will depend on your age, diagnosis, duration of infertility, and your personal preferences. We strongly recommend that both partners attend the consultation.

Age and IVF

Unfortunately, the “biological clock” is not just a myth. Age can be one of our worst enemies when dealing with the inability to get pregnant. After 35 years, the incidence of infertility increases for most women by reducing the number and quality of eggs. Even more rapidly, this regression occurs after 40 years.

When should you see a reproductive physician?

The age of the woman is less than 35 years and the absence of pregnancy within 12 months

The age of the woman is over 35 and pregnancy does not occur within 6 months

Age of woman over 40 years

If male infertility is suspected

In the absence of a regular menstrual cycle

History of surgical interventions

Availability of endometriosis data

Presence in the past of various inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs

Infertility Treatment Options

Intrauterine Insemination

In vitro fertilization (IVF) – assisted fertilization

Egg donation


Preimplantation genetic diagnosis

Egg freezing