Hi! If you were my patients I would refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist at one of the major fertility centers such as New Hope Fertility in New York City. There are many, and probably is one which is relatively convenient for you. You don't mention how long you have been trying to conceive, but if your wife is over 30, don't wait more than 6 months before seeing a specialist. Good luck! Dr B
hi...do u know when will i get a positive hpt? i have pcod and i am takin metformin 1000 twice a day. was expecting periods on 23 feb and got negative hpt on 26th. did a transvaginal scan on 28th and doc says i am not pregnant. till when should i wait to get a positive hpt if i am preg?
Doctor asked me to wait 1 week and if i dont get positive HPT, he asked me to take clomid. I have read Clomid may result in autism in babies. Is it true? What are the side effects of clomid on baby?
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