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    how can me and my husband concive
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    An_250503 posted:
    me and my husband have being trying over a yr to concive and are unable to we really want a baby we are both 24 getting ready t be 25 what should we do????
     
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    hishoaib responded:
    YOU SHOULD HAVE FREQUENT SEX RIGHT AFTER PERIODS AND SHOULD SEE THE DOCTOR IF SOME PROBLEM IN PERIODS. I AM NOT A DOCTOR ITS ONLY AN ADVICE
     
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    hishoaib responded:
    YOU SHOULD GET AN ULTRASOUND ON 12TH DAY OF PERIODS IF EGGS ARE SHOWN HAVE SEX IN THESE DAYS. IF NO THEN HAVE A TABLET CLOMID IN THE NEXT PERIODS FROM SECOND DAY TO FIFTH DAY THEN GET AN ULTRSASOUND AND HAVE SEX OF 12 TO 14TH DAY
    I AM NOT A DOCTOR BUT IT WORKED IN MY CASE
     
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    dipens responded:
    I am agree with hishoaib .
    You have to do come close regularly after periods.
    If you don't have proper awareness about what time you have to come close? then take doctor's consultation first and go ahead.
    Take care.


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