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having trouble getting pregnant

Ive taken femera and Clomid and havent became pregnant yet. My doctor told me that everything looks excellent and don't understand whats going on. Do anyone have any suggestions for me need help.
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We did everything you said nothing is wrong with me ovulating and my husband was also checked And everything is good on his end. I just don't know what to do next.
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The medications you have been taking are prescribed for regularizing your ovulation. If you have been unable to conceive for one year then you should consult a gynecologist for an evaluation. After you ovulate a woman is able to conceive for about twenty-four hours. A sperm can live for three to five days. You can try having sex regularly five to six days prior to the expected date of ovulation and continue daily until the day after you ovulate. You should start taking folic acid, exercise daily and reach your optimal weight. Take a healthy diet. The reason of not getting pregnant may be because of medical problem either in you or your partner. You and your partner both need to be investigated. Some tests may be necessary like semen analysis in men and to check for ovulation in women. For more queries and assistance visit a gynecologist. Hope it helps.
Best luck and regards!
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