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Taking Metformin to conceive, no periods. Have cold, fever, cramps. Possibility of conceiving?

Dear Doctor, My period was due on 5th December. I have 36 days cycle. Till date there is no sign of pregnancy. Last period was on 31st October 2012. I am trying to conceive for the last 10 months without any hopes. I have ben taking Metformin for the last 4 month. My Husband too has low Sperm Count problem. I am getting Cold & fever for the last one week and also Getting cramps for almost 2 days. No spotting noiced. At the same time I am having pain slight pain below my belly button. Is there a posibility that I have Conceived? Pease advice?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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the first thing to do is to go get a pregnancy test done. Secondly, a proper infertility work up needs to be done to rule out and diagnose other causes of infertiity, Your husband deserves a consultation with the urologist. These might help in better ascertaining the situation and more effective and adapted treatment options to be offered you.
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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