Fertility is something that most people don’t really consider, or they take it for granted until they begin trying to conceive and start a family. They may start asking questions if they find themselves unsuccessful. However, the thing that many couples don’t realize is that most healthy couples between the ages of 29 and 33 generally only have a 25% chance of conceiving per month. The chances aren’t exactly stacked in the favor of conception. In addition, there are plenty of other factors that may arise from either party leading to even lower percentage.
If you’ve been trying for a while and got the bad news that either you or your partner is infertile, you might want to find a surrogate mother. A surrogate mother is basically a lady who will carry your baby to term. Her DNA will not play a part in the baby’s genetic makeup. If you are looking for a surrogate by any chance do check out surrogate in Australia. They are a very professional and compassionate group of people who do their best to help you out.
So, what are some of the signs that you may need a surrogate mother, in other words that you are infertile? If you’re a woman, there are a couple of things to look out for. Primarily, are there changes to your menstrual cycle? This may mean that you may not have your period regularly or at all, you may have excessively heavy flow and an irregular cycle. All of these are signs of infertility. If this has been happening to you, you may want to visit a doctor to have it checked out.
Another sign is that you may be getting sudden acne. Sudden acne means hormonal changes, which may be a sign of infertility. You may also be developing PCOS which may mean difficulty in conceiving. In addition to this, you may find that your periods become very painful. This pain is not the normal cramping, but the really excruciating painful variety of cramp. This by itself doesn’t always mean infertility but if combined with irregular periods, blood in the stool or pain when having intercourse, it can definitely be signs of infertility.
Hair growth is also a sign of PCOS. PCOS can boost production of the male hormone (testosterone) leading to the sudden development of more typically male features. This means that you may have more hair growing on your body in unusual places such as on the arms, back, and chest. This could definitely be a warning sign of PCOS, which can mean trouble in getting pregnant.
In addition to hair growth, you may even notice sudden weight gain. Weight gain is also a result of hormonal fluctuation which can occur due to PCOS. Weight gain by itself regardless of whether you have PCOS or not can lead to difficulty in conceiving.
Conception can take months of trying. Some people try for years. But the journey is worth it when you finally succeed.