Infertility explained

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Infertility is classically defined as one year of unprotected intercourse without conceiving. If the person is above the age of 37, infertility is defined as six months ofunprotected intercourse without conceiving. Why out more about infertility - it's physical and emotional definition - from leading experts Dr. Alice Domar and Dr Micheal Alper.

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What cause a person to be infertile?

Infertility is classically defined as one year of unprotected intercourse without conceiving. If the person is above the age of 37, infertility is defined as six months of unprotected intercourse without conceiving. Some Doctors also consider the inability to have a live delivery as infertility.

Find out more about infertility – it’s physical and emotional definition, causes and impact on lives  – from leading experts such as Dr. Alan Decherney (UCLA School of Medicine) , Dr Robert Kiltz (CNY Fertility Centre), Dr. Alice Domar (Harvard Medical School) and Dr Micheal Alper (Harvard Medical School) .