When should assisted conception be considered pregnancy?
Each individual and each couple present a unique set of circumstances, but I believe you should seek help with assisted conception only once you feel you have done all you can to get pregnant naturally. Throughout the book I have provided a plan for getting pregnant that includes a health and fertility check for you and your partner, as well as nutritional and lifestyle advice.
The aim is to combine these elements in order to maximize should go back through the book to see if there are any i mm areas left unchecked. If you think you have ticked all the I feel some younger women are quick to rush down the IVF route before considering whether other treatment options might be more suitable for them initially. Indeed, 1 4q they may be investigating assisted conception before they investigations to be done.
You have a right for your worries to be taken seriously, and for you may want to investigate some form of assisted conception. If you are over 35, have been trying to get pregnant for more than six months, and feel you have done all you can, including making appropriate diet and lifestyle changes, I would advise you not to waste any more fertility time, but to seek medical advice now.