so....the answer is 'it depends'
clomid or fertomid are used to help a woman ovulate.
this is not usually where I start.
usually I make sure the partner's sperm is normal...so, you need to ensure your partner has a semen analysis done
that makes sure the sperm isn't the problem
next...basic lab tests on you to make sure your hormones are correct and that you are ovulating.
next...an ultrasound to make sure the uterus and ovaries are normal.
next is an HSG (hysterosalpinogram) to make sure the uterus and tubes are open.
if the tubes are open, the sperm is normal and you are ovulating it should simply be a timing problem...
and you want to make sure you have sex on cycle days 13,14,15,16,17...remember cycle day #1 is the first day you spot or bleed.
So..when you get back online...if you need clarification on any of this please just let me know.
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