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Unable to conceive. Scanned thrice, no leftover tissue. CA125 normal. Previous miscarriage. Advise?

I am 31 year old and trying to conceive since 2011. After 7 months of trying I conceived but had a miscarrige after 2 months, it was in Feb, 2012. Doctors said it was a natural miscarriage. I have no fibroids. Since May, 2012 we had been TTC but no success. Please tell me what we should do next. How often in a week/during ovulation we should TTC? My cycle is usually 30-32 days, it was always 28 days before. But since 2010-11 it has become 30-32 days cycle, and I have gained weight as well, it is around 67kg. I have done 2 tracking ovulation in consecutive 2 months, they all said the most fertile time was day 16th. I have also been scanned thrice after last miscarriage and there was no left over tissue. I have also done CA125 which is normal. Thank you in an advance for your advice.

Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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The delay in the periods and repeated miscarriage could be due to a hormonal imbalance. You need to have regular sex on every alternate day during the fertile period of your cycle. Do consult a gynecologist for proper treatment.
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