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35 year old trying to conceive. Had a surgery for myoma. On ova mit. Any other options?

I am 35 years, before 5 years i have got mayoma and remove it with surgery and after a year I give birth and now i have one daughter. After 5 years when I vist my Dr. he toled me the presence of mayoma but according to him it is very small and has no effect on pregnancy. For this the doctor order ova mit for 4 rounds or 4 months but no pregnancy. What shall I do?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Before using Clomiphene, it is necessary that you get your ovarian function evaluated as well as tubal patency and uterine factors. If ovulation is not the cause for infertility, as it appears in your case, Clomiphene is not needed. Very small myomas may not cause infertility, but this fact is not clear. Also, infertility depends on the position and number of myomas. Studies show that results are always better when myomectomy is performed. I advice you to see your doctor and get further suggestions regarding future management. Take care.
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