Why are you introducing a criterion for duration of infertility?

Clinical evidence suggests that over 80 per cent of women aged under 40 years will conceive naturally within the first year of trying, and about half of those who do not, will conceive during the second year. This gives a cumulative pregnancy rate of over 90 per cent.

The two-year duration of infertility we propose allows sufficient opportunity for a couple to conceive naturally, without the need for fertility treatment.