One of the first indications of when to seek fertility treatments is if you and your partner haven't been able to achieve pregnancy after
According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, women under the age of 35 who have intercourse during ovulation cycles for a period of 12 months should have a high chance of getting pregnant. If you’ve been having unprotected sex for 6 months, but still have not achieved pregnancy, it may be time to seek help from a fertility expert and schedule an appointment for some time in the next few months as you round out a year of trying.
Keep in mind, although the female partner's age is noted as a parameter, the underlying cause of infertility can stem from an issue with either partner or a combination of the two. That being said, women's ages are typically used to measure the odds of pregnancy since their success levels can drastically decline after the age of 35.