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What Can I Take To Make Me Fertile
Possibly Clomid: See a reproductive endocrinology and infertility md to get tested for ovarian reserve (egg supply) with a sonogram and blood tests, checked for hormonal problems, and a hsg test for blocked tubes, fibroids or polyps. Your partner needs a semen analysis - we find sperm issues 40-50% of the time. Medicines like Clomid or Letrozole may help depending on your diagnosis, but there's a chance of twins. ...Read more
Unsure: That would probably be a good question for your doctor. There is no way to tell here, from the information provided, why you would not be fertile - so it is not possible to suggest a remedy. ...Read more
I have to take trt shots because of low test, but I am only 20 and want to remain fertile, what can I do to increase fertility?
Rei: See a reproductive endocrinologist. Based on your diagnosis and cause they will recommend treatment options. ...Read more
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After using different types of contraceptives for 3 years, how long could it take to get out of your system and become properly fertile again?
Depends: The answer depends on which contraceptive was used. Depo-provera shot can take up to 1.5 years depending on how long it was used. Birth control pills, nuva ring and the patch get out quickly and baseline natural fertility is usually back within 1 month, sometimes faster. If not pregnant within 1 year of no contraception, evaluation is a good idea to find a treatable reason. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not exactly: Ovulation is estimated to be 2 weeks before the first day of the next menstrual period. If 28-day cycles, it would mean it takes 2 weeks to go from the first day of the last menstrual period (called the LMP) to get to ovulation day. If 21-day cycles, it would take 1 week to get to ovulation day. If trying for a baby, one should have sex from 4 days before ovulation, through 1 day after ovulation. ...Read more
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