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Month 4 of TTC, Have taken 4 cycles of Clomid and 1 month of FertilAid
KaliKidz posted:
Hello, I have children from a past relationship, but now TTC with my fiance to no avail, concieving for me in the past has been VERY easy, No medications were ever needed.

Now however, we have been actively ttc for 4 months and nothing, which is abnormal for me, I ovulate, I have normal monthly periods, Im 26yrs old.

Ive tried to do my part in speeding things up by taking clomid and fertilaid.
My fiance is also taking male FertilAid, the biggest problem I can see, is that His semen is clear and not very thick...

I have never seen him ejaculate white or creamy, its always clear and slippery like soap.

That is the only thing I can think of thats causing our hardship making a baby

He has no health coverage, so any test would be out-of-pocket, and he really wont admit his semen may be the problem...

Help PLEASE, any insight would be welcome.
livelaughmoe responded:
You could try to use OPK


get your primary care doc to prescribe you a month of Clomid over the phone, its like 24 dollars (they might do it over the phone)


Check and see if there is a Infertility Support Group in your area, they are experts. Most poeple, if they have insurance, do not have coverage and its out of pocket. Does you husband take a multivitamin. How is both of your BMI, may want to do some exercise together and add veggies to your diet, ect. Good luck!

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