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what is the symptom of infertility?

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I am Twingili 27 years old i been married for 2 years now and i been trying to conceive but i couldn't i went to see my gyn for full blood test and nothing is wrong with me the gyn give me duphaston for 7 and now is after 3 days days but my period did not come yes what could be wrong and what should i do?
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replied April 15th, 2018
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
If the duphaston is prescribed for cycle initiation, wait, till there is time. But my point is else. Mere cycle initiation or regulation with the help of hormonal medicine will not help you a much. You need a regular cycle without any assistance which signifies you are ovulating normally. So, either revisit your gynecologist or ask for consultation from an infertility specialist.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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replied April 15th, 2018
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
If the duphaston is prescribed for cycle initiation, wait, till there is time. But my point is else. Mere cycle initiation or regulation with the help of hormonal medicine will not help you a much. You need a regular cycle without any assistance which signifies you are ovulating normally. So, either revisit your gynecologist or ask for consultation from an infertility specialist.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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replied May 7th, 2018
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Hi,twingili. Sorry you've found yourself here but welcome. I really hope this message will find you healthy and full of strength. Fulfilling the family is a sacred wish for all of us though sometimes more time when expected is needed. Unfortunately we aren't the ones to rule here. The thing we can do is seeing a qualified expert who will guide you through the fertility difficulties. Also living a healthy life, eating well, having active rests and good sleeps. On the whole I'd summarize some things to consider trying:
A sperm friendly lubricant.
A supplement with Myo-Inositol.
Extra vitamin B6 and Zinc.
Folic Acid.
Acupuncture.
Drinking more water.
Continue tracking your BBT & using an OPK.
Getting 7-8 hours sleep.
Getting to the right BMI.
Eating fertility friendly foods. Will write more about this one.
Think raspberries and blueberries. Packed with antioxidants, these members of the berry family protect your body from cell damage and cell aging — and this includes cells in your reproductive system.The oyster — famous for being Nature’s answer to Viagra — is the food chain’s most concentrated source of zinc, a nutrient that’s crucial for conception. Zinc deficiency can disrupt the menstrual cycle and slow the production of good-quality eggs — neither of which is good for fertility. When you can, consume carbs of the complex kind (whole grains, beans, vegetables, and fruits) as opposed to the refined varieties (white bread, white rice, refined cereal, sugary treats of all types). Complex carbs take longer to digest and don’t cause spikes in insulin levels — they may also promote regular ovulation. Salmon (choose wild if you can), sardines, herring, and other types of fatty fish are swimming in fertility-boosting benefits, thanks to the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids they boast. Loading up your diet with those fabulous fats allows for increased blood flow to reproductive organs and may help to regulate reproductive hormones. Adding dairy to your preconception diet is good not only for bone health but also — potentially — for your reproductive health. So drink that milk, spoon up that yogurt, sip that smoothie, nibble on that cheese.
Hope this helps. Praying for your soon success!!
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