TRYING TO CONCEIVE

Most couples who try to conceive do so successfully within 12 months. Most of these pregnancies will go on to become healthy babies but a certain proportion could also result in a miscarriage or pregnancy loss.

Reasons why a couple cannot conceive or why some pregnancies are lost are complex. They involve both male and female factors and their interactions with each other. Couples who have not conceived after 12 months or have suffered from two or more pregnancies losses are advised to seek medical advice.

Ying has expertise in treating couples who have difficulty falling pregnant or who suffer from recurrent pregnancy losses. He is also able to provide consultations for those who want a general review of their fertility or for those who are considering fertility preservation or elective egg freezing.

To find out more about male infertility and female infertility follow the links.