The answer is no. Fertility is a functional diagnosis. If your numbers are high but you don’t get pregnant, then you may have infertility. If your numbers are low but… moreabout:Does Low Egg Count Predict Infertility?
My fertility journey with Genesis and Dr. Sonya Kashyap started well before I was ready to start a family. After seeing countless doctors ever since I was 15, it wasn’t… moreabout:One Family’s Fertility Journey
My patients will often hear me say, “it just takes one good one”! Or that fertility is a functional diagnosis. What the latter means is that: until you try, you… moreabout:How Many Eggs is Enough?
I was 38 when my husband and I decided we wanted a baby. I didn’t think there would be any problem getting pregnant through IVF because many years before, I… moreabout:Anna’s Story
When we found out that we would need medical help in order to get pregnant we felt a sense of uncertainty and were scared and heartbroken. After 3 ICSI cycles… moreabout:Neelam & Gurdeep’s Story
At 39, Cynnamon knew that time was running out for her and AJ to start a family. Thanks to the IVF treatment the received at Genesis, they now have beautiful… moreabout:Cynammon & AJ’s Story
Its important to know some information before going in to see a specialist about your fertility options. Click here to know the basics.
There are many fertility clinics out there for you to choose from. Click here to learn more about choosing the right one for you.
Egg freezing is becoming a more widely considered option. In this earlier post, Dr. Kashyap asks the important questions and offers advise to those considering egg freezing. Read more here….
DR. Kashyap writes about the importance of including egg freezing in family planning. Read the article here…