Infertility, Miscarriage + Loss
Infertility + Miscarriage
Many of us have an expectation that when we finally decide to have a child, it will happen easily. While this is true for some women, others will face unforeseen fertility problems, miscarriage and loss.
My work with clients around these issues is informed by the intensive clinical training I received to better help me address these sensitive issues as well as my own journey to motherhood.
Facts About Infertility and Miscarriage
1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy.
A couple ages 29-33 with a normal functioning reproductive system has only a 20-25% chance of conceiving in any given month.
Around 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. Some say this estimate is actually low.
Most women who experience miscarriages lose one or two pregnancies.
About 60 percent of the time, the reason for the miscarriage is aneuploidy, which means that the embryo or fetus had an abnormal number of chromosomes.
Approximately 44% of women with infertility have sought medical assistance. Of those who seek medical intervention, approximately 65% give birth.