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eep2378 posted:
My wife and I have been trying to have a baby for well over a year now. We can a 3 yr old boy and got pregnant very quickly the first time after we stopped birth control. We've tried ovulation kits. She's been seeing a midwife for a while now and initially we were told try diet and exercise(lose some weight) and you'll be fine. Well that didn't work. She's been late on here period a few times throughout this time only to be disappointed. She recently had a test with her midwife where they inject dye into fallopian tubes to see if there is any blockage. She was told there was some slowing of the dye but after flushing them they should be open now. We tried after this procedure and she just got her period again. Both of us are very frustrated and disappointed with this whole situation. She's gonna see her midwife this week and talk about clomid. Is there anything else we should be doing? Help!
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dipens responded:
You have to go for proper medication of fertility specialists.
Don't take risk in this case. Because already you have spend year in this situation. will be condition get hard for future if and only if you are waiting without taking treatment. I have heard more about Morpheus IVF fertility center. Search its nearest branch and visit their specialist before complications are increasing. Take care.


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