Robert Sterling Hollabaugh, Jr. M.D., FACS
Conceiving a baby can be taken for granted. It may seem simple, but pregnancy requires a complex series of events to take place in the right order at the right time in the male and female. Knowing the complexity of these processes, it’s easy to conclude that conception is nothing short of a miracle.
Even the most fertile couples have only a one in four chance of pregnancy during a given month. For those who can’t get pregnant easily, science and medicine can offer additional considerations. Couples experiencing fertility problems need accurate information on each of the various options available in today’s highly-sophisticated world of reproductive medicine.