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Fertility issues in women are caused by various dysfunctions of reproductive organs, systems, and processes. PCRM’s specialists can accurately diagnose and treat many causes of female infertility. For additional support and resources, please be sure to visit: pregnancyinfo.ca

Fertility issues in women are caused by various dysfunctions of reproductive organs, systems, and processes. For a woman to successfully conceive and deliver, she must have:

  • A normal menstrual cycle
  • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
  • Progesterone development
  • Undamaged and unobstructed fallopian tubes
  • Genetically-normal eggs
  • A uterus capable of supporting a developing fetus

All of these factors contribute to increased fertility. If your body is having difficulty with one or more of these critical steps, medical intervention can help. PCRM’s specialists can accurately diagnose and treat many causes of female infertility.

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