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Can you conceive even if you are not ovulating ?

Hi , Age:26 Female Am trying to concieve for last 9 months .. And it didn t happen till now.. after 4 months we had a test my husband didn t have any problem.. but for me ovulation was not happening .. i had taken some tablets even then it didn t happen .. now i stopped taking tablets.. Does that mean i can never ovulate? was so painfull when i take these tablets.. but now am terribly disappointed.. am scared that i will never get pregnant .. pls give me some advice. Tablets i had taken : Duphaston, premarin ,letrozole As per scaning Endometrial Thickness : 8.5 mm
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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Conception can occur only when ovulation occurs, releases egg which is fertilized by sperm and gets implanted.You have to take these if ovulation has to occur and for atleast 6 months to 1 year you have to follow up by scans to see if you are ovulating (egg getting released from ovary).Please be patient .
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