Men capable of ejaculation have no infertility issues

It is another misconception about male infertility. In most cases, signs of infertility are not visible. Although there is normal ejaculation and erectile function, it does not ensure fertility. Problems may be related to sperm count and other factors. Moreover, erectile dysfunction can clearly indicate fertility problems.

Only women have infertility problems
In 50% of cases, sperm disorders cause infertility. The sperm’s shape, the low count, and its ability to move are the most noticeable factors. Blockages cause men to produce little sperm. These conditions are treatable. However, an early diagnosis is important for infertility evaluation.
Couples with kids have no infertility issues.
Over 30% of couples in India have difficulty getting pregnant after giving birth to the first baby. This syndrome is referred to as secondary fertility. Some women think that as they have once become pregnant, they will have no fertility issues. However, pelvic scarring, blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, defective ovulation, and low sperm quantity or quality are the major causes. Complications during delivery can trigger the issue. Age is another reason for your fertility problem.
Infertility is not a physical problem- It is a psychological one!

Relatives and friends can claim that too much stress is the cause of infertility. However, infertility is directly related to your reproductive system. In 19% of cases, the real cause is not identifiable. However, stress is not good for health, and it reduces the potential to get pregnant. Do yoga for 10 to 20 minutes regularly and decrease your stress. You will have better health.

Herbs can solve infertility problems.

Herbs may take care of your reproductive system. However, to find the cause of infertility and treat it effectively, you need medical help.

Some of us think that herbal remedies have no side effects. But, it is partially true. These herbal products have different levels of potency. While they have mild potency, the side effect is minimal. Higher potency increases the chance of having any side effects. That is why you can avoid taking any type of herbal remedy.

Avoid these myths and rely on our infertility treatments at New Hope.

Lifestyle has no relation to infertility
Your lifestyle plays a major role in making a difference in reproductive health. Smoking, alcohol consumption, late working hours, and improper weight will result in infertility. A healthy lifestyle is important to avoid infertility issues. Moreover, medical conditions, including Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome, premature ovarian failure, endometriosis, and congenital issues also cause the infertility issue. Medical treatment will enable you to overcome the problem. Early fertility diagnosis and care will be the solution.
IVF treatments always cause multiples
It is partially true. The best reproductive endocrinologists are highly careful and prevent the transfer of multiple embryos at a time. But, fertility drugs are riskier and can result in more than 2 fertilized eggs. While it is true that multiple pregnancies are more common in those undergoing IVF treatment than in those having a natural pregnancy, advancements in ART techniques allow for elective single embryo transfers these days. Multiple pregnancies may not be desirable for many couples. If there is an increase in the number of embryos transferred, it poses a risk for both the mother and newborn babies during and after pregnancy. Women with high medical or surgical risk or couples who already have at least one healthy child are especially advised to consider transferring a single, adequately selected and healthy embryo. At New Hope, the number of embryos transferred is not more than
Young couples have no concerns about infertility.

Although the chance of infertility is low for young couples, the claim is not 100% true. Lots of women of 18-29 age groups have infertility. But, in most cases, infertility is common to women after 35. Based on the National Survey of Family Growth, only 10% of women look for medical assistance. 7% of women of the 20-24 age group are infertile. 9% of the age group of 25 to 29 years is infertile.