Primary infertility is defined as the impossibility for a couple to have a full-term pregnancy, that is, a pregnancy that leads to the birth of a healthy baby. In other words, the man is able to get his partner pregnant, but the woman cannot carry the child until birth and miscarries.
A common fertility issue associated with primary infertility are recurrent miscarriages. Learn more: What Is Recurrent Miscarriage? – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment.
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