Have you spoken with your doctor or a fertility specialist about your attempts to get pregnant? It might be a good idea to set up an appointment to do so. A fertility specialist might have some useful information and suggestions that will help you and your husband conceive.
I hope that you are able to find something that works for you!
Best wishes, Atti
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Report This| Share this:trying to conceiveHi darlene36,<br /><br /> Have you spoken with your doctor or a fertility specialist about your attempts to get pregnant? It might be a good idea to set up an appointment to do so. A fertility specialist might have some useful information and suggestions that will help you and your husband conceive. <br /><br /> You might also take a look at our <a href="http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-understanding-fertility-ovulation">facts to help you get pregnant slideshow</a> , <a href="http://www.webmd.com/baby/getting-pregnant-expert-10/default.htm">expert tips</a> about trying to conceive, and our videos, including this one on <a href="http://www.webmd.com/baby/getting-pregnant-13/good-nutrition-for-conception">good nutrition when trying to conceive</a> .<br /><br /> Also, here is some <a href="http://www.webmd.com/infertility-and-reproduction/guide/hysterosalpingogram-21590">information on HSG</a> . It might be something to ask your doctor about.<br /><br /> I hope that you are able to find something that works for you! <br /><br />Best wishes,<br />Atti
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