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What treatment can be done for irregular periods and infertility ?

We got married for last 8 years but we failed to conceive my wife is suffering from infertility & irregular means problem.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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you and your wife need to get thoroughly investigated as to what is preventing her from conceiving.That includes getting a baseline ultrasound scan of pelvis to look for uterus-any fibroids, endometrial thickness, Ovary state of follicles.Next she has to undergo hormonal tests like Tsh, Fsh,Lh ,prolactin to see if eggs are being released normally or not.Then baseline blood investigations like, Hb,Tc etc,, to see blood status.Next a Hsg test is done to see if tubes are patent,
Meanwhile you will be asked to get your semen analysis to see whether good number, quality, deformed/normal head etc..
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Answered: Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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