Hi! If you were my patient, I would reassure you that you are NOT infertile, but I would begin a work up to see why it is taking you longer than average to conceive. You should see a gynecologist or a reproductive endocrinologist at this point to do some testing. Good luck! Dr B
Hello, I say start getting blood work done, to see where your FSH levels are, when you ovulate, take a test to see how many eggs you release. I am 36, my levels are 12.3 normal levels are around 10. I am not going to give up! You shouldn't give up either :-) Good Luck!!
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