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    when to have a fertility test?
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    amj2188 posted:
    ive been trying for a while now with no luck but my periods are so irregular an scattered i cant do all the ovulation tests. o may go a month or so with out a period. when should i see a dr about a fertility test?
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    Fabreezy responded:
    My doctor said they usually don't do fertilty test if you have been TTC for less then a year, they only do a test if has been more than a year or you have had problems in the uteurs area..it takes most people up to and lil bit over a year. My DH and I have been TTC for about 7 months now and all/most of our friends said it took them a year to a year and a half to concieve...just be patient the baby will come


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