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How long after taking fertility pills can I start trying for a baby?

How long after taking fertility pills can I start trying for a baby?

Immediately: Most pills are designed to be taken early in your menstrual cycle so you can have sex and try to become pregnant around the time of ovulation. This is in the middle of the cycle for most women. ...Read more

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Dr. Khurram Rehman
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Fertility (Definition)

Fertility refers to the ability of a woman to conceive a child, or to the ability of a man to ...Read more


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Trying to conceive our first child. Husband has Addison's. Can this affect his fertility?

Trying to conceive our first child. Husband has Addison's. Can this affect his fertility?

Yes, it depends on: the cause of the Addisons and whether it has been properly treated. Addison's can be caused by either primary adrenal failure or secondary failure due to pituitary reasons and there can be coexisting other hormonal dysfunction. There is a report of a male with infertility, whose sperm count improved significantly after appropriate treatment. See:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16580396 ...Read more

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What is the best fertility pill me and my husband have been trying to conceive for a year now what can I do?

What is the best fertility pill me and my husband have been trying to conceive for a year now what can I do?

Fertility doctor: All safe and effective fertility medicines are by prescription, call a fertility doc or an obg who has experience with this to get started. ...Read more

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Could their be a problem with fertility me and my boyfriend has been trying to conceive another baby since june

Could their be a problem with fertility me and my boyfriend has been trying to conceive another baby since june

Typically : Typically a diagnosis of infertility is not made until a couple has been unable to conceive after one year of unprotected intercourse. You are about 6 months shy of a diagnosis of infertility. My advice is for you to buy an ovulation prediction kit and follow the detailed instructions. Also make sure you have had your annual pap, and if you are not doing so already take a daily prenatal vitamin, and try to relax and maintain a stress free life. Best of luck. ...Read more

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What are the best advice that can be given after trying to conceive for more than 2 years. Thinking of trying fertility pills etc?

What are the best advice that can be given after trying to conceive for more than 2 years.  Thinking of trying fertility pills etc?

See integrative Dr.: First, has your partner had a sperm count? Nearly half the time the issue is there. Then you should have an overall evaluation. Esp. check for hypothyroidism. Take a good multivitamin. Follow a healthy diet; avoid junk food/GMO food. Herbs like Rhodiola can help. Acupuncture/Chinese herbs can help. See http://natural-fertility-info.com/unexplained-infertility.html ...Read more

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How do progesterone shots work for fertility? And how long should you be on them while trying to conceive?

How do progesterone shots work for fertility? And how long should you be on them while trying to conceive?

Fertility?: Progesterone shots do not affect your fertility directly - at all. They can be used to start a period if you are late or skipped, they can be used to 'supplement' luteal Progesterone if a woman has luteal phase defect - which is not a fertility problem. There are no other medically appropriate uses, hope this helps! ...Read more

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Does folic acid boost fertility if so how long to start taking it if im trying to conceive?

It doesn't: Boost your fertility at all. It does set you up for a healthy pregnancy, is worth taking - suggest starting 3 months before you hope to conceive. ...Read more

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How long after failing for a year while trying to conceive should we wait before starting fertility treatment?

How long after failing for a year while trying to conceive should we wait before starting fertility treatment?

Consider it now: If you are not pregnant after one year (6 months if you are over 35) of unprotected intercourse, you should see a gynecologist or a reproductive endocrinologist for an evaluation. Some people who have risk factors for infertility should be seen earlier: eg women with medical problems, irregular periods, endometriosis, previous pelvic surgery or infection, etc. ...Read more

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