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Nordica Online Fertility Self- Assessment Tool

  • If you’re a woman trying for a child and are worried you might be having problems, take this test. It will assess your situation and let you know if you should seek further medical advice If you have any concerns, we are currently offering free initial consultation with our Fertility experts. With years’ experience, our fertility experts will answer any question(s) you may have about getting pregnant, treatment options and the next steps to take. Please book your FREE appointment here
  • You've been trying to get pregnant for more than a year so it is worth seeing your GP. As women are born with all the eggs they will ever produce, age becomes an issue. Female fertility declines slightly at 30 years and there is a significant decline around 37 to 38 years of age. By the time a woman is 40 years old her fertility is a quarter of when she was 30.
  • You are at the optimal age for child bearing and you have only been trying to get pregnant for less than a year. If you still have difficulties conceiving after 12 months, you may need to see a fertility expert. Click here to book an appointment.
  • You are at the optimal age for child bearing and you have only been trying to get pregnant for less than a year. If you still have difficulties conceiving after 12 months, you may need to see a fertility expert. Click here to book an appointment.
  • If you are having irregular periods, you may need to speak with your doctor as soon as possible.
  • PCOS & Endometriosis can cause ovulation problems, which may make it difficult to get pregnant so do seek advice from a fertility expert.
  • History of Ectopic pregnancy or regular miscarriage may be as a result of different problems. Speak with a fertility expert as soon as possible.
  • Speak to your GP about STIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, as these can damage a woman's fallopian tubes, making it difficult to become pregnant.
  • A BMI of less than 19.5 is considered being underweight, this could seriously hamper your chances of conception
  • A BMI between 19.5 - 24.9 is considered normal and ideal for conception.
  • A BMI between 25 – 29.9 is considered being overweight but not obese. Start exercising and stick to a healthy diet.
  • A BMI above 30 is considered being Obese. Studies have shown that obese women have very low chances of conceiving their own children. See a fertility expert as soon as possible.
  • Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on your weight in relation to your height, and applies to most adult men and women aged 20 and over. Read more about BMI and how to calculate it.
  • Studies have shown that excessive Alcohol & Smoking can lead to infertility. Avoid them.
  • Studies have shown that excessive Alcohol & Smoking can lead to infertility. Avoid them.
  • Previous surgeries might have caused a subtle damage to the reproductive organs. Speak to a fertility expert for more information.
  • You may need to speak with a fertility expert to discuss other Assisted Reproductive Techniques which might be helpful
 

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