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having intact hymen and depression. Want to conceive. Any treatment?

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Hi ,
We have been married for almost 4 years and we had visited a Gynecologist one and half year back and post her examination she highlighted that my wife's hymen was intact and the way she spoke to us it was an embarrassment and she was blunt to us . Post her visit we visited another gynecologist 6 months later and she asked us to get few test done and reports were all fine and her interaction with us was helpful but still we haven't been able to got over the mental block in our head fear of failure and this has been affecting us especially my wife . She has got her periods today . Do let us know how do we get to next level and she conceives at the earliest due to family pressure and to overcome the stress in our life due to this . Also let us know have you encountered such cases earlier ?
Looking forward to hearing from you soon .
Posted Sat, 30 Mar 2013 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Nilofer AR 1 hour later
Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.

There are studies done which shows hymen can still be intact (52%) after sexual intercourse.
Following is a link.
You and your wife can read it for your satisfaction.
So do not worry.
As all your investigations are normal, both of you need not be concerned.
1. Have unprotected regular intercourse every alternate day.
2. Ovulation induction drug like clomifene citrate increases fertility chances by 30%.
3. Have balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables.
4 Be stress free because stress can further hamper fertility.
Be supportive and caring towards your wife which is very important.

Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
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