My wife and I planned for a baby (trying to conceive by this month). Unfortunately, I received a lower abdominal x-ray for my company medical checkup and at the time, I did not know about the effects of x-rays on sperm. If we proceed, will it affect baby?
I've had trouble conceiving for over a year, and I'm completely healthy other than being overweight. I know many larger women have successful pregnancies, but could my size be contributing to my fertility issues?
Hello,I've been ttc for 3 years now and have never conceived (not even a miscarriage). My HSG was clear, FSH and AMH levels are normal too. However, I do have very mild PCOS, but generally ovulate regularly- I monitor this regularly.
My parents had me at a young age, and then tried for years but could never get pregnant again. I am following the same pattern: had a son at 22, am now 36 and been trying for 2 years without success. Coincidence or genetic link?
I've been trying to get pregnant for awhile, but my periods are somewhat irregular. It's hard to know when I'm ovulating. Are home ovulation tests worth it, or are there other options I should explore?
I don't closely track my periods any more. After doing the math I am fairly certain I had unprotected sex with my husband during ovulation. Seven days later, I experienced what I now think was implantation bleeding and my period is not due for 2 more days (which is 4 days from when I think I had implantation bleeding). I also recall feeling "pregnancy tired" the other day. I didn't think further about it because I had a tubal ligation. But now I wonder, is there any chance I could be pregnant?
I am not using any protection right now, and would like to know if it is common that a woman is born with only one ovary. Also, is it common that this wouldn't have been discovered much earlier in my life? It seems odd after having four successful pregnancies and births.