I have been ttc for almost a year now and awhile ago i went to the ER because i had bad cramping. They said i have cervical motion tenderness caused by a prominent right-side parafollicular cyst that measures 1.9cm. I was on depo pervera almost 2 years and ive been off of it for almost 2 years. For about 5-6 months I have been having kind of normal period cycle, varies from 39-23 days. My Ob/GYN prescribed me clomid because i feel i am not ovulating. Doc also says my hormone levels are normal. I have an appointment this month for a hysterosalpingogram to see if my tubes are blocked. I do not have an family history of problems concieving. Can anyone give me any advice about what other things i can do? If you think i have PCOS or infertility? If i should go one with this hysterosalpingogram? Please help, i would rely love to have a baby soon or even at all.
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