The youth of today, including women, especially women, consider themselves well-versed in almost all matters related to any and all fields of life. This is due to the fact that information is freely available these days. But the truth is they don’t have the facts straight. When it comes to reproductive health and conception it has been proven time and again that the millennials don’t know as much as they think and project they do. This article is here for you to find out what you know, and what you don’t. Here are 8 things about modern fertility the modern youth should understand.

1.Birth control options have evolved, and are still changing.
Implants, patches, pills, sponges, rings. There are more birth control options today than ever before. In fact, some fertility doctors list 18 different options, along with how effective each option is. If you want to prevent a pregnancy, there are absolutely ways to make that happen.
2.They are still not fool-proof.
There is one truth of all birth control. Nothing is ever 100 percent.Women have gotten pregnant with IUDs, condoms can break, and the pill isn’t fool-proof. If you’re having sex, there’s always a chance, however small, that you could get pregnant. That said, working with your partner to stay safe and potentially using multiple methods of birth control, will lower your risk. This is best done under the care of a doctor, especially if you’re using something with hormones. Not every option is right for every woman or couple.
3.Time isn’t on your side.
When you’re in your 20s, it’s easy to think that you have all the time in the world to get pregnant. But it’s important to know that fertility issues can, and do affect women in their 20s.And even for those who don’t experience any issues, fertility begins to decline pretty drastically as early as age 32.
4.Be wary of STDs.
You might think you’re being safe by using the pill, but the pill doesn’t protect against STDs. Chlamydia and gonorrhoea can both lead to infertility.In other words, get both yourself and your partner tested for STDs and discuss your methods of protection.
5.There are options if don’t want kids now, but would like to have kids later.
For women who hope to have a family in the future, but who aren’t exactly sure when, the egg freezing clinic may be an option. And doing so sooner than later may improve your odds of success. But it’s important to know there are risks associated with egg freezing. There are leading egg freezing centres in Delhi.
6.Don’t panic, but start thinking.
Relax, in a country like India, which is a tropical climate that promotes fertility, chances are everything will turn out fine and you’ll have kids. And if not, there are countless IVF treatment in India which can help. Taking your fertility and sexual health seriously is the way to go.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Gaurav Gautam, I am Graduate in English (Hons) from Delhi University. I am professional content writer but I am very enthusiastic for health & fitness industry. Above article is based on Things You should know about fertility