I am 31yrs old and I have been trying for a year and a half to get pregnant. This is my second marriage. I have told doctors I think it is me because I have gotten pregnant once in 2005 and have not been able to conceive since. Can anyone give me some advice? All the doc keeps saying is to watch my mucus for a few months to see if I am ovulating. But to be honest I don't think I am. My husband wants to be a father just as bad as I want to be a mother. Thanks for any help.
I was having the same problem with my doctors. I have been trying to concieve for 4 years and was never succesful. Finally I found a doctor that would actually listen to me and I found out I have PCOS and a closed tube. I would really recomend going to different doctors until you find one that will listen to you. A woman knows her body and I believe we can tell if something is wrong. GOOD LUCK!
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