"Sorry to hear about your dilemma, it's frustrating!
Have you tried over the counter ovulation kit? I would go and purchase this and start to try to track your ovulation. In the meantime start keeping track of your cycles - mark them on..."
"Hang in there. I would recommend talking to a specialist. Check to see if you're insurance will cover it. If not talk to your gyno about testing your hormones and see if you may be deficient in some areas (they test, LH, FSH, Esteregen),..."
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