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Unable to conceive, normal sperm report. Taking ovafin tablets. Treatment for infertility?

hello i am not getting pregnant since last 10 months.and when i examined myself to the doctor then she gave me ovafin tablets. i am so worried because my husband s reports are normal. and inspite of using medicines i have not gotten pregnancy yet , not even a single time. sorry i have no money can you please tell me the answer of my query free of cost
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
For successful conception to occur, three things are necessary: Normal semen analysis, patent tubes & regular ovulation. You have checked just one of three. Also 10 months is very short time, as chances of pregnancy after 12 months of trying are 85%. If you have regular menstrual cycles of 25-30days, you are <35 years old & ultrasound is not showing any obvious abnormality, you can do tubal patency test (SSG/HSG) & if tubes are open can safely try for pregnancy even without any medication(Except Folic acid - to prevent abnormalities in baby).
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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