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    Actively trying for 4 months!
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    PrayingForBaby20 posted:
    My husband and I have been actively trying to get pregnant for 4 months. We have sex every two days. We follow everything we read: making sure I am on my back, not urinating for 10 mins, ect. But, still no baby! I have not had a period since the beginning of Nov., have many symptoms, but none of my HPT's come out pos. We know my husband has a low sperm count, but my syptoms do not make sense.

    Ladies, do you have any tips or advice? It would be much appreciated.

    Thank you!
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    MelBrody responded:
    Go to the doctor! There must be a reson you are not getting your period. And I would venture to guess if you are not getting your period then you probably are not ovulating. All your TTC will be in vain if your cycles are not running properly. I would recommend taking to your doctor ASAP. Good luck.
     
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    ajacks32 responded:
    I agree with MelBrody, you should speak with your doctor as soon as possible. If your not having a period then your not ovulated, and we all know without those two no eggs can be released. Your doctor will most likely do some tests to check for confirmation and them perscribe you a medication to make your period come and may even perscribe you something like Clomid, which helps you to ovulate. Best wishes!


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