Fertility Clinics Offer Hope to Many Families

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The first Monday in June will be a major celebration for your family. It is the day that your youngest daughter turns 18 and the day that your family will leave on the grandest of all family vacations so far. As a celebration of your 18 year old graduating high school, your 21 year old graduating college, and you and your husband’s 30th anniversary this trip to Greece has been in the planning stages for close to two years. Three nights in Athens will be followed by nearly two full weeks on an island that promises to not be too crowded and allow you to get to live like the locals. Renting a home through a home sharing platform you will have the luxury of cooking meals for yourself if you want and doing some laundry as well.

The fact that the house is just a five minute walk from the beach means that you will have plenty of time to relax and enjoy this beautiful space.

Family Vacations Often Celebrate Some of the Biggest Milestones

Although you have really been focusing on the graduations and the anniversary in preparation for this trip, the reality is that nearly 25 years ago you would have never thought this kind of a trip would be possible. Sure, you and your husband had done plenty of traveling with just the two of you. At the time, however, you were nearly convinced that having children simply was not in the cards for you. Time and time again you were disappointed to find out that you were not pregnant. After nearly three years of trying on your own, you made the decision to visit an in vitro fertilization clinic (IVF). The next three years were a struggle of going through test after test to determine what might be wrong, followed by an expensive IVF treatment.

You were fortunate, of course, that the first IVF treatment worked. You knew several couples at the time who were not able to conceive even after they tried more than one IVF medical plan. The fact that you are now planning the ultimate vacation is simply a miracle in itself. The fertility experts were right and the IVF treatment helped you conceive your first daughter. After that, nearly three years later, you found our that you were pregnant again. This time without any treatments.

Although IVF success rates can vary from one couple to another, the truth is if you are struggling to conceive you will not understand your options if you do not see a specialist. With the IVF treatments that are available, there are many times when you can find the success that you are looking for. And while you can feel very alone when you are struggling to get pregnant, you certainly are not alone. In fact, as many as 6.7 million women between the ages of 15 and 44 have impaired fecundity, which is an impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term. Even when this condition is not present, achieving a healthy pregnancy is not always easy. In fact, a couple aged 29 to 33 with a normal functioning reproductive system still has only a 20% to 25% chance of conceiving in any given month.

In fact, by the age of 40, only two of every five women who wish to have a baby will be able to do so. This means that as many as 60% of women might find that they could benefit from the services that are offered at fertility clinics. According to the latest research, as many as 85% to 90% of infertility cases are treated with drug therapy or surgical procedures. As a result, as many as 7.4 million women, which is representative of 11.9% of women, have ever received any infertility services in their lifetime.

Family vacations are the highlight of the year for many families as they approach the sumer. If, however, you are one of the many couples who are not able to have a baby a vacation with your spouse may be the perfect solution. It is, though, encouraging to know that approximately 44% of women with infertility have sought medical assistance. Of those who seek medical intervention, as many as 65% of them give birth.

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