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Delayed period. Trying to conceive. Sperm analysis normal. Chances of being pregnant?

Gud am.., I am thinking if there is some abnormalities in my monthly period. Here are the previous schedule of my cycle. Oct. 25, Dec. 7 I am almost 2 weeks delayed. I have been done with my OB and I am tired seeking their advise. My husband went through a sperm analysis and it found out normal. I am already 33 of age. I dont know if I could still have a baby. We ve been married for almost 2 years. Please help me...
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Hi.there are uncountable factors that play role for a female to conceive.first your menstrual cycles are should get a pelvic ultrasound done to rule out pcos followed by ovulation study in close guidance of your doctor.ovulation study will help to approximate the time when the egg is released and when the chances are maximum for you getting pregnant.this isagain a hit and trial method because this does not tell the status of your fallopian tubes.a six month ovulatation study with timed intercourse,if doesn't work should be followed by a diagnostic laproscopy.
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