After trying for about 12 months, you may see that 8 out of 10 women being able to conceive whereas 1 out of 8 women having difficulties in becoming pregnancy. Basically, fertility drops as you age. You’ll hardly find women becoming pregnant in her first 12 months when they’re more than 35 years of age.
The situations or symptoms that usually indicate that you may have problem being pregnant are as follows:
- If you have periods irregularly – This basically happens when there is the existence of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or problems with ovulation.
- If you have had a pelvic inflammatory infection (PID) in the past.
- If you have unusual pain when you’ve your periods or during intercourse. All these may be because of endometriosis.
This is a complicated condition where the ovaries of a woman are usually bigger. Polycystic means ovaries have several follicles or cysts, which…
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