Factors that Impact Fertility

When you decide to get pregnant, you may run into unexpected challenges with fertility. Some women may have an easier time getting pregnant than others, but every woman’s fertility journey is different. There isn’t one thing that determines how fertile you are; rather, there are many factors that can influence it. Some of them are: 

  • Age
  • Genetics 
  • Hormones
  • Gynecological Issues 
  • Medical History
  • Lifestyle

How Mile High Can Help 

If you are ready to conceive, it’s time to start fertility planning! From the first visit, our providers will work with you and anyone else involved in your healthcare journey to find the best treatment for you. We have worked hard to create a safe, caring, and private space for you to receive top of the line fertility planning services. 

 

Each of our providers are highly trained in the treatments we offer, meaning each staff member or medical professional you come in contact with is an expert in what they do. Your health is our top priority, and we are committed to respecting your wishes for treatment and providing you with the safest and most innovative care available. 

Medications and Supplements
Reviewing your medications is a part of the fertility planning process that involves the cessation of medications or supplements that could harm the pregnancy and adding ones that could benefit it. 
Lifestyle Changes
When you decide to start trying to conceive, you need to make lifestyle changes like refraining from alcohol and smoking.
Health Risk Factors
Identify any health risk factors that could cause complications during your pregnancy like diabetes, thyroid disease, or high blood pressure. 

Fertility Planning Specialists Near You

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Do you still have questions about fertility planning?

If I have an STI, can I still get pregnant?

Yes. However, you should be evaluated and have a treatment plan so that the impact on your pregnancy is minimal. 

How long do I have during my cycle to get pregnant?
Usually, there is a six day window where your chances of getting pregnant are the highest.
When will my fertility decrease?
After a woman turns 34-35, her fertility begins to decrease. However, pregnancy is still possible; it may just be harder than normal to conceive.
Even if I’m young, can I still experience infertility?
Yes. While age plays a large role in fertility, young women can still experience infertility from health conditions or other factors.
When should I start fertility planning?

As soon as you decide that you are ready to get pregnant.