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Fertility Factors:

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Healthy sperm

Did you know there are ways that men can keep their sperm healthy?

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

The most successful way to treat PCOS is by living a healthy life. The healthier you are, the better your chance of becoming pregnant.

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Some STIs, particularly gonorrhoea and chlamydia, can affect men's and women's fertility. 

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Endometriosis affects 10–15 per cent of all women of reproductive age and 70 per cent of women with chronic pelvic pain. 

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Diabetes in men and women affects the chances of having a baby but it can be controlled to reduce or remove symptoms.

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Unexplained infertility

If you’ve tried to get pregnant for a year or more and your GP has found no obvious problem, such as blocked fallopian tubes, you have what doctors call ‘unexplained infertility’.

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Cancer treatment

Some types of cancer, and some types of cancer treatment can affect sperm and eggs.

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Some medication should be avoided when planning a pregnancy.

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Gender diversity and fertility

There are options available for preserving fertility before medical transition.