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Trying to conceive, unable to. Hysterolaparoscopy done. Normal semen test. Causes for infertility?

hello doctor,i have undergone diagnostic hysterolaparoscopy on 19/7/2012. Doctor said everything is normal.i dont have pcod, endometriosis .my uterus,b/l tubes , cervix ,cervical canal,b/l oshins are normal. My husband s semen test results shows normal result. i didnt conceive since 2008(after my marriage). What is the reason for my non-conceivement. we are living together.
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have not mention about your age as well as about your menstrual period.
A normal 28 to 32 days period is required for fertilisation to occur.If it is irregular the chances of conceive reduces as you may not have sex when ovulation occurs.
Usually in a normal 28 to 30 days cycle ovulation occurs on 14 th day.So middle 10 day is important for conceiving.So don't forget to go for intercourse during middle 10 days.That will increase you chances of conceiving.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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