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30,000 children per year are born as the result of a fertility treatment.

15-20 % of all couples remain unable to conceive

In Germany, approx. 10 to 15 % of all marriages are unable to conceive. Around 800,000 couples seek advice each year from gynaecologists, urologists or family physicians. Germany-wide there are currently 130 specialised centres which are specialised in helping those couples affected with all the methods of modern medicine. An estimated 100,000 couples are treated each year at these centres. Around 3% of all children born in Germany - i.e. over 30,000 babies a year - are born as the result of a fertility treatment.

About one in four women who have unprotected sex in their fertile period become pregnant straight away. For about 80 % of all couples, a pregnancy occurs within a year. After two years, 90% of the women are pregnant. If there is no pregnancy after one to two years of regular unprotected sex, we refer to infertility or an unfulfilled desire for children.

30% of the causes involved are due to women, men or complications resulting from both partners - 10% can not be resolved

Not all couples who do not get pregnant after a year seek medical treatment. Half of those can count on having a child within the next three years. This rather general prognosis may, in certain cases, be better but also more unfavourable - depending on the cause of infertility and the individual age background. After fours years of being unable to conceive, the chances for a spontaneous pregnancy sink. Just short of 5 % of all couples have a child without medical intervention. However, with the help of medicine, up to 80 % of these cases can be helped.

Causes of infertility in men

Find out here about the causes of infertility in men.

Causes of infertility in women

Find out here about the causes of infertility in women.

The goal of our consulting is to identify the causes individually and treat appropriately

Generally the decision to have children is made much later today than it was 20 years ago. With increasing age, however, the chance to become pregnant decreases especially for women. In our consultation, our aim is to identify the causes of infertility and propose individually appropriate, therapeutic measures geared to the needs of the couple. It is important to avoid over treatment; on the other hand, the necessary steps should not be initiated too late making the chances of successful treatment less favourable.

The top priority of treatment is to avoid any risk to the life not yet created or to the woman to be treated. Learn more about the possibilities of fertility treatment!