Let's try to focus a bit! Yes, the injectable medications will help you to ovulate. You should see an infertility specialist at this point, because the injectable medications require more expertise than clomid to manage. Also, even without the past history of pain and the laparoscopy I would recommend that your partner have a sperm count and testing be done to determine if you fallopian tubes are open before starting the injections.
You should see a specialist. There are many tests you can have done to answer questions. Also, research PCOS, I have the same symptoms as you and was diagnosed with PCOS. I am 35 years and still have no children. Looking into trying again.
i to have sim. situation another option my doctor talked about was glucophagh (not sure about spelling)he said it is a med that has been used before and now md are using more often. even if you have pcos
GO TO A FERTILITY SPECIALIST! DON'T WAIST TIME WITH A OBGYN THEY ARE NOT SPECIALIZED IN THIS AREA. I WAS ON CLOMID FOREVER TOO AND IT DIDN'T HELP I'M NOW SEEING A SPECIALIST AND HE MADE ME OVULATE ON THE FIRST ATTEMP WITH A DIFFERENT TREATMENT.(GONADROPIN SHOTS) SEEK NEW ADVISE AND GOOD LUCK