Trouble getting pregnant

Trying to ConceiveOne in six Australian couples will have a fertility issue at some point in their lives and one in 10 couples will have trouble conceiving their second child. Myomectomy is the preferred treatment for uterine fibroids for women who wish to get pregnant. Myomectomy is the only fibroid treatment option that may increase the chance of pregnancy for women.
If you have a myomectomy, you need to talk at length with your doctor about what you need to do to increase your chances of getting pregnant after the surgery. Also, some women who do get pregnant after myomectomy surgery will need to deliver during cesarean section instead of normal vaginal delivery.

Some women are able to undergo myomectomy surgery and get pregnant, but not all women are able to do this. We offer a range of services - from IVF to genetic diagnosis of pre-implantation embryos - all with the aim of easing your journey to successful pregnancy. My husband and I have been trying to have a child, but even when we get the timing correct, I just can’t seem to get pregnant. During a myomectomy, the fibroids are removed from the uterus and the uterus is left intact, so that women are able to still get pregnant. Sometimes, scars are left on the uterus during myomectomy surgery which can hinder the chances of getting pregnant again.

It can be a real surprise when you mention you’re having trouble conceiving, just how many people you know will admit they have had issues as well.

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