Women have not got it easy when it comes to getting pregnant. There are so many fertility issues regarding women that you don’t know where to turn. Here is a simple and quick guide to female fertility and female infertility all to increase your chances to having a baby and getting pregnant.
The first thing you need to do is see your doctor and gynecologist and get a full check done to see if everything is working properly. If not then at least you can get it dealt with as soon as possible. You may have previously been on the contraceptive pill and wonder how long it takes for the birth control bill to get out of your system. It depends upon the strength of the contraceptive pill and your own unique body. We have heard it can take 6 months or a lot longer even. The average time it takes to conceive successfully is around 1 ½ to 2 years.
Polycistic Ovarian Syndrome PCOS is a common condition, which affects women fertility on different levels and degrees. You may recognise some of the symptoms such as excess hair growth, irregular periods and sometimes painful period pains, difficulty in losing weight, etc. These may seem very common symptoms and this is why you need to have PCOS tests done if you feel you may have Polycistic Ovarian Syndrome PCOS.
There are many female fertility tests available for women as well as men available from most pharmacies, drug stores, and fertility clinics. Women’s free fertility tests can not be 100% accurate but can lead you in the right direction.