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Trying to conceive. Have regular periods. Why have I not conceived yet? Use clomid?

hi doctor,my problem is that i have been trying to concieve for about 1 year.I have done all my blood tests, urine test and ultra sound scan and it shows that I am alright i hav regular periods every month do not hav obessity problem my weight is 55 kg at time and my husband is a healthy person but still i have not conceived ultimately now i want to use clomid coz i hav heared that it really works when you trying to conceive..could i use clomid now..i need your advice..
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

As all your reports are normal, let your husband undergo semen analysis once.
If his semen analysis comes normal you can go for clomid.
But better to take after consulting gynecologist and undergoing general examination.
After taking the clomid you have to undergo follicular study and according to that you can plan intercourse on days of ovulation which will increase the chance of fertility.

Take care.
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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