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Learn if you are fertile in just 3 minutes!

At some point, every woman wonders whether she is fertile or not. Infertility is diagnosed in about 1 out of 6 American couples, and about 50% of the time there is a female component. Getting pregnant is the ultimate answer to the question of whether you are fertile, but there are several ways to assess your ability to get pregnant. Our individualized evaluation will let you know if you are fertile, how to identify fertility issues, and get recommendations about how to address them.



Am I fertile?

Many couples have trouble getting pregnant and are considered infertile. Many more are subfertile and take longer to get pregnant. The causes of fertility issues are about equally divided between men and women. Many couples don't know whether they are fertile or infertile, or even whether they are having major issues getting pregnant which can be easily treated, as there are both medical treatments and lifestyle changes that can improve your fertility. Dr. Amos Grunebaum developed this fertility test to help you quickly find out if you may be among those with fertility problems. First, do this online woman’s fertility test to get your personalized report, and then make an action plan based on our recommendations.

Our women’s fertility test is the best place to start

With doctor's visits limited and many people not wanting to make unnecessary trips at this time due to the pandemic, this questionnaire is an invaluable resource to help you learn more about fertility health. It takes about 3 minutes to complete, it's private, and it's free!

Primary causes of infertility

While the causes of infertility are varied from couple to couple, there are a few main causes affecting both men and women. 

Ovulation issues: If you don't ovulate, you can't get pregnant. Anovulation is the term for not ovulating and the main causes women do not ovulate are polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), poor egg quality, and advance maternal age.

Poor quality or quantity of sperm: Male infertility contributes to about half of all infertility. In fact, twenty-five percent of infertility is caused by a lack of sperm, decreased motility (movement), and abnormal morphology (shape).

Fallopian tube dysfunction: Fallopian tubes need to be open allowing the egg to easily move throughout. The most common causes of fallopian tube dysfunction are endometriosis, adhesions, and infections.

Timing sex can improve your chances of getting pregnant

Tracking your menstrual cycle and period helps to identify when you ovulate, which will help you determine your fertile window. This is vital for knowing exactly how to time sex for your most fertile days. Each month, you have 5-6 fertile days: the 4-5 fertile days before ovulation and the day of ovulation.

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