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Regular periods, trying for baby, like to try naturally. Any methods to conceive soon?

I am a 42 year old woman with regular periods. we have been trying for 2 years w/o any luck. there are sooooooooooooo many fertility drugs ,herds, shots etc....available. are there ANY THAT YOU WOULD RECOMMEND? I WOULD LIKE TO TRY NATURALLY before any further expensive.

Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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For natural conception, the obviously essential things are regular ovulation, timed intercourse, patent tubes and normal uterus, normal male factor and normal hormonal pattern. Age is a major concern regarding fertility as advancing age means reduced fertility as regards ovarian reserve, disrupted hormonal milieu, infrequent ovulation etc. At your age, you will need assistance and more so as you have been trying for 2 years. Please see an infertility specialist for further advice. Hope your query is clarified. Take care.
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