Do I Need to See an Infertility Doctor? 5 point fertility assessment first!

Before even considering a Medical Professional, try this amazing 5-point fertility assessment!

  1. Do you have Fertile Cervical Fluid?

Check – if you don’t have it, sperm are likely to die on contact with your vaginal tract. Got to get this optimized!

2. Is your cervix contacted in intercourse?

When semen is ejaculated right up against the cervix, the chances to conceive are greatly increased. (If this is not happening, self-insemination techniques at-home may be very useful to add)

  1. Is your cycle 27-31 days?

For optimal egg ripeness, a woman’s ovulation should be between day 13-17.

  1. Do you know what day you ovulate?

A few methods are needed, including but not only ovulation tests, to pinpoint this day. This is essential to well-timed ovulation and best egg ripeness.

  1. Is your cervix in the right position before and during ovulation?

Learning to feel your cervix (an intimate little thing) is important. During your fertile window it should be high, soft and open, otherwise sperm cannot easily swim on in!

With this assessment, you will increase your fertility empowerment – putting you in a place to actually pro-create! This checklist is a great start to being ready and able to conceive!

Note that while fertility doctors can make a world of difference when we need them, thousands of women and couples see fertility doctors by simple ignorance or from despair. This approach can be lead to interventions that may be entirely unnecessary or even reduce your chances of conceiving!

Aside from structural abnormalities, nothing a fertility doc has got is better than what your own body/bodies can do when they are in optimal reproductive health!

Fertility Coaches are less well known and few are well-versed and extensively experienced. It is a new, but incredibly useful, field to assist people in conceiving. In many situations – and fertility is one of the most stunning examples – a doctor’s agenda is intervention rather than self-optimization. While this can be useful in some cases, and even at times essential, women and couples can get further by increasing their own self-knowledge and fine tuning their own fertility physiology. First!

You can save precious time and money by following these points of self-assessment before you consult with a fertility doctor and surely before you consider yourself infertile!

Being at the center of your experience, armed with self- knowledge, is the most potent way to conceive. …and, if you then chose to see a doc in the field of fertility, you are in the best, well-informed position to navigate the decisions there.


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