How Common Is Infertility?

For couples who have been trying to conceive and have yet to be successful, it might feel like they are alone in their struggle, especially for those who have friends or family members with steadily growing families. Infertility can seem like a rare problem, but the truth is that it is actually common. Some studies have suggested that after one year of unprotected sex, 12% to 15% of couples were unable to conceive and, after two years, 10% of couples were still unable to have a live-born baby. Additionally, while many might think infertility is a female issue, about 7% of men (4.7 million) are infertile and about 11% of women (6.7 million) of reproductive age experience fertility issues. With millions of people suffering from the inability to conceive, one thing is clear about infertility – you are not alone.

Here are some more helpful statistics regarding infertility:

  • Out of a third of infertile couples, the man is infertile.
  • Out of a third of infertile couples, the infertile partner cannot be identified.
  • Fertility declines with age in both men and women, though the effects of age are generally greater in women.
  • Women in their 30s are about half as fertile as they were in their early 20s.

How Can Palm Beach Fertility Help Me?

Infertility is not something you have to accept. At Palm Beach Fertility, we offer a wide variety of fertility treatments to help couples achieve their dreams of starting a family. Some of the many services we provide include:

  • Ovulation induction
  • In-vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Fertility surgery
  • Donor sperm insemination
  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

Additionally, we understand that no two patients are alike, which is why the individualized treatment Dr. Mark Denker provides will address your own unique situation. Infertility is a common problem, but that does not mean you have to live with it. Seek our help to grow the family you and your partner have always wanted.

Take the first steps toward fulfilling your wish to be a parent and call us today at (888) 819-5177 to request an appointment with Dr. Mark Denker.