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Trying to conceive for little over a year
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softball1644 posted:
My husband and I have been trying to conceive for a little over a year now and am starting the beginning stages of infertility specialist. His urologist tell him his sperm count is a little low but nothing to where we wouldn't be able to get pregnant the normal way and my doctor says that I am ovulating because my LH surge is high on day 21 so I feel hopeless lately! I have tried ovulation test strips thy give me positive readings but does anyone have any other suggestions or tips to try?

Thanks in advance
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atti_editor responded:
Hi softball1644,

This slideshow on understanding ovulation and fertility: facts to help you get pregnant contains information that you may find helpful. Furthermore, this prepregnancy to-do list and this article that discusses factors affecting fertility treatment success may be of interest to you. You can find a lot more information on our Infertility & Reproduction Health Center .

Best wishes,
Atti
 
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dipens responded:
I just want to tell you.
All the best. Go ahead as moderator recommend you some articles. We all are with you.
 
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psymommy replied to atti_editor's response:
thank you for this
 
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atti_editor replied to psymommy's response:
You're welcome. I hope that you find the information helpful


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