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Unable to conceive, infection in cervix. History of white vaginal discharge. Infertility treatment?

i am 30yr old and married for 1 yr 8 months we trying to conceive but i am unable , my gynic told me that i am having infection on cervix opening she did some treatment for that. i want to know that because of infection is it possible i am not able to conceive. i also have white discharge problem from childhood.what i should do so that i can conceive
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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There are several causes of infertility other than just infection and appropriate diagnosis is key in instituting a treatment plan. Infections are a common cause of infertility but with effective antibiotherapy, the infertility should resolved except in chronic infections with complications such as pus or fluid in the fallopian tubes. Poor sexual exposure is a common cause of difficulty in conceiving. Effective exposure requires at least 4 sexual exposures per week spread out throughout the week.
I will advice you and your husband get complete panel of tests for infertility including hysterosalpingography, pelvic ultrasoud, chlamydia serology, ureaplasma and mycoplasma serologies and spermogram and a temperature chart.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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