A diagnosis of infertility means you haven’t been able to get pregnant after a year of trying. Women who are able to conceive but not carry a pregnancy to term may also be diagnosed with infertility. A woman who’s never been able to get pregnant will be diagnosed with primary infertility. A woman who’s had at least one successful pregnancy in the past will be diagnosed with secondary infertility. Infertility isn’t just a woman’s problem. Men can be infertile too. In fact, men and women are equally likely to have fertility problems. According to the Office on Women’s Health Trusted Source, about one-third of infertility cases can be attributed to female infertility while men’s problems account for another third of infertility cases.
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