When to See a Fertility Specialist?

Path of becoming parents is very sensitive. Couples have a lot of questions in their minds as they plan to become parents. There are a lot of emotional and physical factors that come in your way as you proceed towards the path of parenthood. Remember, this journey is not going to be smooth for you unless you are under the proper guidance of doctors and other required care-givers. And also remember at the same time that you are not alone in this journey. Our specialists are there to help you throughout your fertility journey and help you find the correct fertility treatment plan.

Many couples are not able to achieve pregnancy naturally. Even if they achieve pregnancy, they experience a miscarriage at a very early stage. Irrespective of the fact, whether you have a miscarriage in the early or later stage, you feel empty. This is something you would never ask for you or anyone. Not getting pregnant is also a vital problem in the path of parenthood. We have heard people saying, “Oh she has infertility issue” or “Yeah, and he has infertility issues.” But have we tried to understand what exactly do they mean when they mention “infertility issue”? Let us try to understand infertility first.


Infertility is considered to be a problem characterized by the failure of a woman in her productive period in establishing a clinical pregnancy even after 12 months of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. This period is considered to be 6 months in case the woman is 35 or older. Such incapability occurs due to any impairment of a person’s capacity to reproduce. This can happen either individually or with her partner.

Causes of Female Infertility

As per studies, 40% of couples struggle to conceive naturally due to infertility. Various conditions can be responsible for infertility in women. These are:

  • Age of the woman
  • Irregular or absent periods experienced during her productive years
  • Previous miscarriages
  • Painful menstruation
  • PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
  • Ovulation problems
  • Endometriosis
  • Abnormalities of the uterus
  • Abnormalities of the fallopian tubes and/or ovaries

Causes of Male Infertility

Various infertility studies have shown up that male partners are soul contributors to the cause of infertility in 40% of infertile couples. Many of them have problems with sperm production or the obstruction of sperm delivery. It is very important to see a fertility expert and identify the cause of male infertility. This will help to plan a course of action to help you with your family-planning goals.
Every individual has his own unique infertility problems. No two people have the exact same problem related to fertility so that they could be prescribed the same medicine. Beta Plus Fertility offers you a range of state-of-the-art technologies and treatments to help you achieve a healthy pregnancy. Make sure that you contact our fertility experts at the right time and give us the opportunity to serve you better. Time is a vital factor in treating infertility issues. Right diagnosis and the right time bring success to your pregnancy dreams.

We understand that this is a sensitive journey for you as it involves a lot of your time, energy, money and emotions all at the same time. Emotional and financial considerations are the key factor and we take this very seriously as we pursue your dream of parenthood.
Our financial coordinators and health specialists help you best during this time so that you can choose the right treatment program for you and achieve a healthy pregnancy soon.

Our Treatment Options Include:

  • Fertility drugs with intercourse
  • Fertility drugs combined with IUI
  • Fertility drugs combined with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Surrogacy