Having Trouble Conceiving? Here are 7 Options For Fertility Treatments

As a woman, after a while the realities about conceiving start to settle within their consciousness and needs. We often finally take heed to our gifts as women and long for what’s innate within us, motherhood.

However, for some, this gift may not come so easy. Infertility affects at least 12% of all women up to the age of 44, and studies suggest Black women, in particular, may be almost twice as likely to experience infertility as white women. Even with those stats stacked against us, still, only about 8% of Black women between the ages of 25 and 44 actually seek medical fertility help to get pregnant, compared to 15% of their white counterparts.

So, what’s the deal? Are we not informed enough about our options? Infertility can actually derive from a number of factors like your environment, lifestyle, age, health conditions, and hereditary genes. Because infertility is a complex disorder, treatment involves significant financial, physical, psychological and time commitments – but there are options and assistance available to anyone.

Although some women need just one or two therapies to restore fertility, it’s possible that