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March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The old adage "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again" is the mantra of couples who are trying to conceive as well as the health care providers counseling them.
Chances are that if you're a woman under 35, and have no known medical issues, your doctor will tell you to try for a year before seeking fertility assistance. If you're over 35, try for 6 months before seeking further help.
While the female is getting poked, prodded, and tested, the male is often overlooked in the conception process. The main reason? Men don't normally seek help from a urologist unless there's a problem, while women often have a stronger, lasting relationship with their gynecologist.
But, the male is just as vulnerable to conception issues as females. Research has found that male factor issues are found in over 40% of couples trying to conceive (TTC). Luckily, male issues are often less expensive to treat, as well as being considerably less invasive.
In the end, 20% of all couples who have tried to conceive for over a year will fail, and many begin to feel the stress of "trying" after only 3 or 4 unsuccessful months.
Frustrated, many couples have turned to the Internet for advice on how to get pregnant. Overwhelmed with information, they may have tried any number of remedies, techniques, or expensive alternatives and found little success.
All that misinformation and "snake oil" is what drove Dr.
Scott M. Sweazy, a board-certified Urologist and Fertility Specialist, to create Uconceive – the safe, effective and patented conception kit based on scientific research.
Dr. Sweazy, along with his wife Jill, have created a fully integrated kit – meaning that all stages of conception are addressed in both the female and the male – that will help you get pregnant faster, safely, and without invasive treatments.