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Trying to conceive, have two periods in a cycle, ovulation in the week of periods. Is it a sign of infertility?

Hi, I m a bit concerned as I have been trying to conceive naturally for nearly 4 years now still with no success, I have consulted my doctors and don t seem to get any help. Recently I have been having what appears to be two periods a month and also signs of what I believe is ovulation on the same week as the first period. I m worried as I have been told ovulating on the same week as your period is a bad sign of infertility . Can someone please help me
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Subfertility is a condition that should not be dealt in this way. You and your partner should consult a specialist fertility clinic togather, so that you as a couple can be evaluated, to find out any problem after taking a detailed history, a detailed examination and relivant investigations. Only then can anybody label a specific factor as a cause. Your feelings alone as far as ovulation is concerned can not be relied upon. Your menstrul problem although need investigation. God bless you
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