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Want to have baby, having unprotected sex. Done ultrasound. What can be the problem?

Hi, I am a healthy female married for last one year. we, do not use any precautions during sex and want to have a baby. We also visited our doctor, who advised for several tests on me. All tests were ok. even subjected to ultrasound internally to see egg condition and declared ok. what can be problem. With me or my husband.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
After going through your history,your tests are normal this is good, you have not mentioned about your husband he was also tested or not if not then he should be examined to see every thing is fine and apart from routine blood test his Seman analysis and Ultrasonography of abdomen and Scrotum should be done.
If every test of your husband is also comes normal then you must know ovulation takes place 14 days before next expected date of cycle.
There are kits in the market by which you can test ovulation and you can plan sex during those days to increase your chances of conception.
You can take advise from your Gynaecologist if there is any need for any medicine.
Wish you good luck.
Answered: Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Abhishek S. Parihar's  Response

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Get your husband's semen analysis done to rule out male factor. If husband's semen analysis comes out to be normal and all your tests are normal then you are suffering from unexplained infertility. Try to make sexual contact at the time of ovulation. You can predict ovulation by using calender method or by ovulation detection kits. To increase your chances of getting pregnant you may require ovulation induction drugs so that more than one egg is available for conception ( super ovulation).If you do not get success in 2-3 cycles by timed intercourse,IUI ( intrauterine insemination) can be tried for another 2-3 cycles.

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Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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