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Done follicle scan, had sex, got periods. Reason for not conceiving?

Hi Doctor I had been adviced for follicle scan and i was been scan for three days and then doctor told that the follicle is been ruptured need to have contact the day and next day which was followed and doctor said there are chances of preganancy this month but no luck i have got my periods. Kindly suggest on what could be the reason for not conceiving
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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The rupture of follicle is a reflection of ovulation which is release of the egg in the female. This is the most fertile time in the menstrual cycle for a woman to conceive. The date of ovulation is usually constant at 14 days before the onset of periods. It is said that a couple should have sex regularly from one day before ovulation and until 4 days after it happens. This will increase the chances of getting pregnant.

You must try again during your next cycle, the most fertile days would be staring 14 days from the expected onset of your next periods.

There might also be other causes for you not getting pregnant like anti sperm antibodies in your cervix, non deposition of adequate amount of semen in your vagina, abnormal sperm production in your partner and any pelvic infection in you.

Please discuss with your gynecologist

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Answered: Sat, 31 Aug 2013
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