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Research: 'Infertile' women may just need longer to conceive

from Medical Xpress

One-in-four women with a history of infertility can still end up having a baby without treatment, a new study from The University of Queensland shows. The study, led by Dr. Danielle Herbert from the School of Population Health and Centre for Clinical Research, reveals that women who have been clinically diagnosed as infertile after 12 months of unsuccessfully trying for a baby may actually just need longer to conceive. "Many women aged up to 36 years with a history of infertility, especially those who have already had a baby, can achieve spontaneous conception and live birth without using fertility treatment indicating they are sub-fertile rather than infertile," Herbert said. more

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