I have 1 child who is 10 now , ever sense I've had him ,during the times in suppose to be ovulating ,I feel alot of pain ,one month its on both sides ,and the next month its only on one side , threw my whole life I've always gotten cysts on my ovaries,so that's what it feels like just more painful,sometimes where I can't even get outs bed...ive been trying to have another baby for 7 years n nothing has happened, ...i just need some help or maybe an answer on what's going on , yes I've seen a doc but he said iam to young to worry about fertility problems ,plus's I don't have insurance at this very moment...so please help if at all possible,thank u
Seven years is a long time and as you have not conceived naturally for so many years, investigations will be necessary to find out the cause. Pinpointing the cause will help plan treatment. Hence you should consult a gynaecologist when it becomes possible.
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