I am 29 years old, and married nearly 2 years ago. I have a problem because I can not get pregnant. I did hormone test, and it came up that I did not have ovulation. My doctor prescribed me clomiphene and dabroston pills.I took them for 3 months but no results. Then my husband went for a doctor check and his analysis showed that he had a low sperm count. After he has taken some medicines( proceed) his sperm improved. Then I went to the doctor again and he told me that only my left overy has broken up. So, he ave me an injection in order to make the other ovaries break up. Now, I am very nervous , because after so many attempts and no results.
What would you recommend me to do, because I don't know what else should I do next!!!
I am sorry you have to go through all this trouble. . Is your doctor an RE or or obgyn ? An RE should instruct you what your next steps should be. . From my experience.. I would say,.. with both ovulation and sperm problems, its time for you to get started with IUI with injectables ..
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