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Why am I not able to conceive for my second child ?

I am 31 yrs old and I have one daughter of 7 yrs,now as I want second baby,I am trying since 5 months to get pregnant , but no results. My periods are pretty regular.But I think the sperm fully comes out of my vagina after we work. Should I wait some more or see doctor?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,thanks for query.As you had pregnancy earlier major causes of infertility are ruled out.Sperms coming out after relation has not impact on chances of pregnancy.You should visit a gynecologist and go for ovulation study to see whether it is normal or not.There are bright chances of you getting pregnant again.Just visit a doctor and look for any abnormality that you may have.
Wishing you all the best for pregnancy.
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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You seem to be having a problem of secondary infertility.The part of sperms does come out of vagina and is normal.Presently you can try few tips like:-
-when you have sex do not get up for at least 2 hours after sex so that most of the sperms are retained inside so keep lying.
-Do sex on alternate day from 10 th to 21st day of start of every period if you have a regular periods after 28 days.
You can try these things first and if you do not get result in 2 months you can consult a Gynaec and get these things examined and investigated
-if your husband is a smoker or has drinks few times a month then get his semen analysis done to find if the motility and the quantity is good.
-if you had first baby by LSCS (operation) then you will have to get tubes checked for patency by doing a HSG
-and if required she may even ask you to do a follicular study to see if you have proper ovulation.
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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