i have been ttc for 2years and 9 months and have unexplained infertility, i'm due to go for a laparoscopy tomorrow and if all is clear i will then have to go for IVF even though there is nothing wrong with myself or my partner.
I does take a healthy couple 1-2 years to conceive and a doctor in the UK won't do fertility tests until you have been ttc for at least 2 years. The best thing to do is not to stress and have fun, also BD at least 3 times a week for a month to increase your chances. i wish you loads of luck
This website is awesome...once u fill in the date of your last period& how long your cycle is it breaks it down and tells u your most fertile dates. Here is the website so you will know your most fertile days
Have you gone to see a doctor or specialist? If you have been trying for 1 year with no success, you usually are referred to a specialist that can further help you...i had tried for almost 4 years, i went to a specialist in 2007 and was put on clomid(a fertiity pill) then when that didnt work, i tried gonal-f injections with IUI. After 6 IUI's it worked& i am now pregnant.
I had unexplained infertility...
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