Secondary infertility questions

If you have a question about Secondary Infertility you might find an answer below. 

When you’re considering or having fertility treatment, you’re bound to have lots of questions. We’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions below, but if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, get in touch  – we’ll do what we can to help.

A lower BMI (body mass index) can impact your menstrual cycle and fertility, this being the main concern at this stage for your investigations into your secondary infertility. For this reason we'd strongly recommend you see your GP to discuss what may be causing you to be unable to put on weight in the first instance.

Everyone is uniquely different and at CARE, we treat every patient as an individual and ensure the treatment plan is tailored specifically to each patients specific needs. Where investigative tests and diagnosis are required we will discuss this with you when you have a consultation with one of our fertility specialist consultants. We welcome you to visit your local clinic for a consultation to see how we can help.

We're sorry to hear of the challenges you've experienced with secondary infertility. Without having a consultation we wouldn't be able to diagnose or recommend a course of treatment, however, we would welcome you to visit our experts so we can look into this with you and hopefully recommend the best course of action for you to achieve a successful pregnancy.

Yes, cervical fibroid can be associated with infertility, although it is not an absolute cause of infertility. The size of the fibroid and its exact location are important to assess how much of a problem it may be.