When you are under 35 and have been trying to conceive for one year or over 35 and trying to conceive for six months, and your infertility workup shows normal results, your diagnosis may be "unexplained infertility." About one in five couples are diagnosed with unexplained infertility.
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Unexplained Infertility Articles
Unexplained infertility means that medical tests cannot find any cause for infertility. In some cases, all the tests come back normal even though the couple is unable to conceive. In other cases, the tests may uncover minor abnormalities, but they are not severe enough to result in infertility.
Unexplained Infertility Videos
Seattle fertility doctor Lora Shahine, M.D. of Pacific NW Fertility and IVF Specialists explains the fertility diagnosis of unexplained infertility.