Hi! If you were my patient, I would suggest that you try using ovulation predictors. These are usually easy to obtain at a drug store or major store such as Walmart or Target. Follow the instructions on the package which usually say to begin testing on the eleventh day after the BEGINNING of your menstrual period. In other words. the first day of the cycle is the first day of the period. Count eleven days from then and start the kit. If you are ovulating, you can time intercourse accordingly, if not, get in to see your doctor for some help. Good luck! Dr B
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