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If i wanted to see if my tubes and everything is working right and see if i can get pregnant where do I go? Like a fertility center or something?

If i wanted to see if my tubes and everything is working right and see if i can get pregnant where do I go? Like a fertility center or something?

OB/GYN or Specialist: Most ob/gyn's will feel comfortable initiating the testing to check if you have any issues with your fertility. If things come back abnormal, they will refer you to a fertility specialist. Alternatively, depending on your insurance, you might consider seeing the fertility specialist directly. Good luck! ...Read more

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Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
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I want to check my phelopian tubes to make sure i can get pregnant and my fertility to make sure im ok what kind of appointment would i set?

I want to check my phelopian tubes to make sure i can get pregnant and my fertility to make sure im ok what kind of appointment would i set?

HSG: Typically a test like this is not performed unless you have been trying to conceive for an extended period of time--typically a year for someone your age. A hysterosalpingogram, or hsg, is performed by instilling dye in your uterus, and seeing if it flows out of your fallopian tubes. Your obgyn can set this up for you if necessary. ...Read more

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I want to get pregnant fast what can I do to increase fertility?

I want to get pregnant fast what can I do to increase fertility?

See a REI specialist: If you're 49 you will need help getting pregnant. At any age, seeing a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinology and infertility or rei) can often help you to conceive faster. We check you for ovulation issues like pcos, other hormonal problems, low egg supply, blocked tubes, problems inside your uterus or sperm problems for your partner. If you smoke, quit, and aim for a healthy weight. ...Read more

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We have been trying to get pregnant for past yrs but never got.my hubby hs crohns frm the day we married..does this effect my fertility? Wht shud i do

We have been trying to get pregnant for past yrs but never got.my hubby hs crohns frm the day we married..does this effect my fertility? Wht shud i do

Fertility testing: After one year of trying an infertility evaluation is warranted. There are 3 basic tests. 1. A semen analysis will check the sperm 2. A HSG Xray will make sure your tubes are open. 3. A progesterone test will make sure that you are ovulating. ...Read more

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I had my implanon rod removed 19 weeks ago & have been trying to get pregnant without any luck is there anything i can do to boost fertility?

I had my implanon rod removed 19 weeks ago & have been trying to get pregnant without any luck is there anything i can do to boost fertility?

Trying to conceive: Whenever you have these devices removed from your body you can take six months to a year for you to begin ovulation. And so, my first question is are you having regular periods? If so you may want to track signs of ovulation. If you continue to not have successful another few more months you may want to begin preliminary testing of sperm, tubes, hormone levels etc. ...Read more

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What other drugs besides Clomid are used to get a woman pregnant? My wife is on 100 mg of Clomid and she ovulates normally. If Clomid doesn't work, will she be given a different fertility drug?

What other drugs besides Clomid are used to get a woman pregnant?  My wife is on 100 mg of Clomid and she ovulates normally.  If Clomid doesn't work, will she be given a different fertility drug?

FSH Injections, IVF : If Clomid alone does not work, adding IUI (intrauterine insemination) can improve Clomid pregnancy rates. The next step after that would be to take fsh or injectable fertility drugs. Using these drugs in an ivf cycle is safest, but injections can also be combined with iui. Please speak with your doctor about the pros and cons of these options in your situation. Good luck! ...Read more

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When doing IVF is it possible to get pregnantnant naturally? Fertility place fertilized eggs in you but what if the result of making so many eggs nat pregnant

When doing IVF is it possible to get pregnantnant naturally? Fertility place fertilized eggs in you but what if the result of making so many eggs nat pregnant

Very unlikely: It's unlikely but possible for an egg to fertilize naturally during an ivf cycle - we removing most of the eggs from the follicles in your ovaries at the time of egg retrieval, but a small number of eggs could remain in or around the ovaries. ...Read more

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I want to have twins ...I have no problem getting pregnant ...I was hoping i could use a fertility druck my bio dad is a twin im 23 years after I have my next pregnancy i was to get fixed ... What can I do?

Be : Be careful what you wish for ... Twins are more high risk than a single baby, although most twins do fine with good OB and neonatal care, some twins have long-term problems, some are premature and some don't even make it to viability and are born before 24 weeks. The risk of cerebral palsy, a serious birth defect, is 4 - 5 times higher in twins compared to a single baby. You have a higher chance of pregnancy complications including serous ones like preeclampsia or placental abruption, a higher risk of c/section, and even a very slight increase in divorce rate. I know the media and anne geddes and other baby photographers all love to show pictures of cute twins all dressed up ... The kids with cerebral palsy are generally not shown on the front cover of a magazine. Couples who need treatment for infertility, from simple treatments like Clomid to advanced treatments such as in vitro fertilization (ivf), often have an increased risk of twins if more than one egg is released with fertility medications, or if more than one embryo is replaced into a woman's uterus after ivf. If we're treating couples for infertility who can't get pregnant on their own twins may be an acceptable risk of the treatment. Many couples tell me they want twins - they have been trying for a baby for one or many years, and many couples want two babies total and would love to have twins and 'be done'. We do our best to avoid triplets or more, though. In this case the risk of twins is justified by the benefit of treatment of their infertility. If you don't have any problems getting pregnant your natural chance of twins is about 1%. I don't recommend going to an ob/gyn or fertility md just because you want twins (wanting twins for "social reasons") - if you end up with complications to you or the babies, would it be worthwhile compared with just having two more kids separately? I would not recommend "getting fixed" in your early 20's until you are 100% sure that you're done either, we have great birth control options like the Mirena iud which is about as effective as having your tubes tied but reversible if you have one more child and then want another one later. I know this is not the answer you want. Best wishes. ...Read more

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