The older you are, the more difficult it becomes to conceive, because your ovarian reserve, or egg supply, declines.
With the passing of time so crucial, it’s advisable to consult an IVF specialist sooner rather than later. If you’re an individual aged under 35, you and your partner should seek medical advice if you’ve been unable to fall pregnant after a year of trying, or after six months if you’re a woman over 35.
You should also consult a specialist if you are having irregular periods or none at all. If you suspect, or have had a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), or have experienced two or more miscarriages, then a consultation with a specialist should be considered.
The good news is there are many medical conditions that can be treated with Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).