We have just started trying–how long will it take to achieve pregnancy?

The answer to this question may vary from couple to couple. Many healthy and young couples will successfully achieve pregnancy after 3 to 4 months of trying on their own. However, if you have been trying for 6 months or longer and have not conceived, there may be an underlying cause. Many factors need to be considered such as age, reproductive health for the male and female partners, general health and lifestyle, current medical problems and medications. It is important to meet with a reproductive specialist to carefully evaluate your individual situation.

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