‘I don’t think I had really heard of secondary infertility’: What to know about the lesser-known type of infertility
Around 30% of infertility cases are classified as secondary infertility, or the inability to become pregnant or carry a baby to term after previously giving birth to a baby. Causes can include advanced age or other underlying causes, such as poor egg or sperm quality. Dr. Alan Copperman says “It is incredibly common to see secondary infertility and I think will continue to be as the population ages for who gets pregnant for a first time. As we raise awareness that something can be done I think people are starting to have conversations and go to their doctor.”
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