Primary infertility

What is Primary infertility?

Primary infertility is defined as when a couple faces challenges with their first pregnancy.

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hi i , is homeopathy effective in treating primary infertility?

doctor1 MD

hi,
welcome to the healthcare magic forum,primary infertility has many reasons and accordingly we plan the treatment considering the case,but sucess rates with homeopathy is very impressive so you can trust homeopathy in cases of primary infertility.

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hi my age is 27yrs female i have be diagnose with primary infertility , married since 5yrs please help me. can homeopathy have results in this cases

doctor1 MD

Hello,
Primary infertility can occur due to a variety of reasons. Since its 5 years already you must have visited a doctor for the same. Has your husband undergone a sperm analysis? The treatment would depend on the cause . Homeopathy does have very good results in cases of infertility.
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hi ! i am 28 years old.PCOS. trying to coceive from last 2 years, suffering from primary infertility my dr prescribe me to take siphene 150mg for 5 days from 3rd day of menses.and loprin 75 mg for 2 weeks ,just want to ask from which date i have to start loprin.

doctor1 MD

Hi,

Thanks for writing to HCM .

You need to start clomephine on 3rd day of cycle. And loprin you should start from day 1 of the cycle. If at all you miss that you can start as soon as possible.

It is aspirin and given to improve blood supply and also prduce healthy eggs. So its course should be...

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hi,i am 29 yrs old female,i have diagnosed with primary infertility ,married since 3 yrs is homeoparthy be helpful in this condition .

doctor1 MD

HI,
welcome to the healthcare magic forum,primary infertility persay is due to many condition and can be treated accordingly either with homeopathy or allopathy,firstly i need the details of investigations and notes of bthe doctors treating u earlier.

definately primary infertility has scope in...

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hello doctor, i am undergoing treatment for primary infertility. my tubes were detected unhealthy through HSG test. i have undergone laproscopy. Elisa for tb came positive so my doctor prescribed me 6 months antibiotics medicines. After this they will start with IUI and IVF. can u recommend what type of diet should i take? also any chanced for me that i can conceive naturally? thanking u, gorgis

doctor1 MD

Hi welcome to healthcaremagic.
I have gone through your question.
For IUI intrauterine insemination your one tube should be patent atleast.
I would advise to avoid junk food, Do regular exercise, Do yoga.
To conceive naturally, your ovaries must be ovulating, your tubes should be patent.
Hope i...

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I have primary infertility for 3y, i think it was because of reduced freq. of I.C. so all our investigations were normal that i did them 5mo. after mariage... recently i develop backache with slight vag. iching, endocervical swad shows colonization of Staphylococcus saprophyticus & alot of lactobacilli, does this finding affect my fertility, ensure that i`m has freq. I.C. NOWADAYS........thanqs alot.

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Hi, I am 30 yrs female with primary infertility. My husband no issues. My problems are high prolactin, now controlled. High FSH of 15. Simple endometrial hyperplasia during hysteroscopy and small septum was resected during hysteroscopy before IVF. During IVF on high doses of injections got blastocyte transfer, but did not implant. Endo layer was 9.5 during the blastocyte transfer. I have undergone 2 IVF cycles and 1 FET (with 1 embryo transfered) but they did not implant. My doubt is whether the implantation failure was because of simple endometrial hyperplasia and i am worried whether IVF with donor egg would be successful in my case or not? Please suggest.

doctor1 MD

Hello.
Thanks for writing to us.
The hyperplastic endometrium is not responsible for implantation failure. It is the hypoplastic endometrium which causes problem in implantation. Donor egg is not likely to help as long as there is no problem in fertilization.
I hope this information has been both...

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I am 36 years old and my case is primary infertility after 8 years of marriage My USG report is:\ Uterus with multiple fibroids in anterior and posterior walls measuring 20*14mm and 14.3*9.4mm and one is 23.6*16.4mm is submucous and ovaries have a cystic lesion occupying right adnexa and pelvis meauring 85.2*80.2*63.1mm in size displacing the uterus towards left. Endometrial echo is thickened hyperechoic measuring 16.8mm in size.

doctor1 MD

Hello.
Thanks for writing to us.
Multiple fibroids are usually responsible for difficulty in implantation. The persistent cysts in the ovary also need to be investigated. These may also be related to non functional ovaries. You need a detailed hormonal assay to know the extent of your ovarian...

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Hi I am 30 years old and am 7 weeks pregnant on I am on duphaston twice a day, glucophage once a day, aspirin 81mg once a day and cylogest once a day (I have PCOS but no primary infertility). Ever since I found put I am pregnant, I feel so depressed. I have lost interest in everything. This is my first pregnancy. Is it normal?

doctor1 MD

hi..no need to worry.. since u have pcos they put u on progesterone that is duphaston and glucophase..be happy and enjoy your pregnancy..

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Hi Doctor,
I am a case of primary infertility. After investigaticons, HSG revealed bilateral cornual block. Hormones were within normal limits. Follicular study done by ultrasound scanning found normal follicle which ruptured on the 13th day. TORCH test results are as follows (CMV IgG 311 UA/mL and Rubella IgG 74 IU/mL both done using ELFA technique.). TB IgM was 1.65 using ELISA. What are the chances of me getting pregnant and can you suggest the treatment for this condition.

doctor1 MD

If you have bilateral cornual block then only chances of you to get pregnant is ivf. natural conception is not possible.

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hi Doc , Me and Husband are trying for baby from past 5 months . i have met GYNENC doctor and asked me to do some test during fasting. This test is done on my 3rd day of periods with fasting . i would like to get advice , whether my report is GOOD...

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Hi we have been trying to have child but as we are both working in different state so we are not able to live more than 2-3 month continuously . as she had irregular monthly cycle earlier and after treatment it have almost timely now but the egg...

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Hi I am 30 years old and am 7 weeks pregnant on I am on duphaston twice a day, glucophage once a day, aspirin 81mg once a day and cylogest once a day (I have PCOS but no primary infertility). Ever since I found put I am pregnant, I feel so depressed. I have lost interest in everything. This is my first pregnancy. Is it normal?

doctor1 MD

Hi Doctor, I am a case of primary infertility. After investigaticons, HSG revealed bilateral cornual block. Hormones were within normal limits. Follicular study done by ultrasound scanning found normal follicle which ruptured on the 13th day. TORCH test results are as follows (CMV IgG 311 UA/mL and Rubella IgG 74 IU/mL both done using ELFA technique.). TB IgM was 1.65 using ELISA. What are the chances of me getting pregnant and can you suggest the treatment for this condition.

doctor1 MD

hello doctor, i am undergoing treatment for primary infertility. my tubes were detected unhealthy through HSG test. i have undergone laproscopy. Elisa for tb came positive so my doctor prescribed me 6 months antibiotics medicines. After this they will start with IUI and IVF. can u recommend what type of diet should i take? also any chanced for me that i can conceive naturally? thanking u, gorgis

doctor1 MD

hi ! i am 28 years old.PCOS. trying to coceive from last 2 years, suffering from primary infertility my dr prescribe me to take siphene 150mg for 5 days from 3rd day of menses.and loprin 75 mg for 2 weeks ,just want to ask from which date i have to start loprin.

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