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    Trying to conceive with no luck. Whats the first step to Medical treatment?
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    WF2BM posted:
    My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 6 months with no luck. I have very irregular periods(about 3 a year). We want to seek medical help but we don't know where to start.
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    SammyK88 responded:
    Hi!
    How irregular are your periods?Are they like a no show one month then they'll come another?Cause mine are irregular too.. sometimes they come after 28 days sometimes 35.. my dr said that is normal aslong as you have a period!
    I have been trying to conceive for a year now..its really hard on you sometimes.
     
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    FrenchBulldogMom responded:
    First step is usually to see your regular gynocologist and see what he/she says. Then, they will usually refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist (RE), who can do the necesarry tests and procedures.

    My RE did tons of blood tests and an HSG , which checks to see if your fallopian tubes are clear or blocked. He also found out that I have :
    1) borderline insulin
    2) low iron
    3) 4 uterine polyps and a very thick lining
    4) I do not usually ovulate.

    I had to have surgery to remove the polyps and even though they weren't cancerous, he said that over time they might have turned into that.


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