About Infertility

We understand that your fertility is a sensitive issue.  According to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), infertility is defined as not conceiving despite having regular sex when not using contraception for one year for a woman under 35 years old.  For women over 35, six months of trying without pregnancy is cause for concern.

While female age is the top determinant of fertility, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 44% of women seeking infertility treatment today are under 35 years old.  If you are concerned about possible infertility, your general practitioner or OB/GYN can check for some common causes and discuss options. You may want to see your physician earlier, if the woman in the couple is over the age of 35 or if either partner has a history of fertility problems.

Regardless of what your fertility issues and challenges present, CFI will work closely with you to achieve your parenting dreams.