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Infertility problems can stem from a number of causes, some emotional and some physical, such as STD's and infections like the vaginal wart viruses and urethritis. Couples that are unsuccessful in the attempts to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse should call a health care provider. Occasionally no physical complications are associated with inability to conceive, couples (especially those who have never had children before) may experience emotional stress and anxiety. Infertility problems can stem from a number of causes, some emotional and some physical, such as STD's and infections like the vaginal wart viruses and urethritis.

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Infertility Problems

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Vaginal Wart, Urethritis

As a rule, a complete examination is needed to determine the cause of the condition. Causes may range from emotional factors to the use of medicines, and imbalances in the organism of either or both partners. Depending on the cause, treatment is prescribed. Infertility problems can stem from a number of causes, some emotional and some physical, such as STD's and infections like the vaginal wart viruses and urethritis.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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