i had RA . SO WAS ON METHOTREXATE.Now its allmost 6 months past we r trying for baby,but no BFP.
i ovulate on CD16/17 .CAN ANYONE PLZ TELL ME WHEN TO HAVE INTERCOURSE for a successful pregnancy.
plz help me,
i am taking robitussin syrup for cervical mucus thinnning.plz help me
Do you use ovulation tests to determind ovulation.6 months isnt really a long time takes couples longer than that somtimes.my advice if your timing ovulation.then try to have sex in the days leading up to ovulation,since sperm can survive in the right enviroment for several days.I would try 14 through to the 18 or 19.if you do o on the cd16/cd17 always allow for a late eggie being dropped.I used to use ovulation test,but wouldnt actually ovulate until 3 days after my positive.there is only a 25% chance every month of achieveing conception.
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