According to Netcare Hospitals: ‘Infertility refers to the failure to conceive after regular unprotected sexual intercourse for two years in the absence of any known reproductive pathology.’
This is a story of hope for couples battling with infertility.
June is World Infertility Awareness Month and there’s no better time to be proactive about your fertility health.
These Fertility facts may help you understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and how it can enhance your chances of conceiving and avoiding infertility. 
According to research and recommendations, now is not a good time to plan a pregnancy.

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