I will find out soon enough at my appt. But me and my husband went to fertility dr about 2 yrs ago and Had Blood Hormone test done, HSG, & Sperm sample done.. All came back as good as possible. Im only 23 and my husband is 33. What would be the next step at this upcoming appt after having all good results? and are we considered "Unexplained infertility"? We dont have sex as much as id like us to in order to concieve basically just when we "think" its important.. U think that is a HUGE factor? its been 5+ yrs of trying and not taking birth control or using condoms.. Im trying not to drive myself nuts thinking about not having a baby yet when I see all these ppl running around getting pregnant so easily.. because ive heard it hurts your fertility.. Thanks for your help! Its so appreciated I cant even explain..
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