Unable to Concieve from last 6 months.All Tests Normal.?
We are trying to concieve from last 6 months and before that we were doing protected intercourse. for 1 year.
But we are unable to concieve.We went for some basic Tests and everything is fine. which includes,Hormone test, Semen Test, Insulin, Follicular Monitoring and all normal tests.
My wife is still taking medicine asprescribed by Gynecologists.
Can anyone help me..........??????
Thanks in Advance.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It took me a year to get pregnant after i stopped taking the depo shot that i had been on for 3 years prior to that,Don't worry you have only been trying for 6 months.
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1. Have sex three times a week.
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3. Have sex before ovulation (not after).
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6. See a doctor before you start trying to get pregnant.
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9. Have sex in positions that keep sperm inside the vagina longer.
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10. There is no such thing as trying too hard to get pregnant.
Most couples get pregnant within a year of trying. If you have not gotten pregnant within a year consult your doctor for advice.Source(s): *ButterFlyAngel*
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I know you've probably heard all this before, but sometimes it just takes time, and 6 months isn't really that long. My fiance and I have been trying for 12 months and one of my close friends tried for 5 years before getting pregnant.
During each cycle there is only a 1 in 5 chance of getting pregnant, and if you smoke or drink a lot of caffeine containing drinks (like coffee) your chances are even less.
Has your wife tried charting her cycles, including basal body temperatures and cervical positions and fluids? By charting these monthly a good prediction can be made for following months when ovulation is likely to occur and take the appropriate measures for conception (and have fun while you're at it, don't make it a chore).
A good website for tracking fertility is www.fertilityfriend.com
Good Luck!Source(s): Trying to concieve for 12 months, and charting fertility for 2
- JudiLv 61 decade ago
My husband and I tried for three years. We didn't have any tests done...we figured if it was meant to be, it would happen. I was in the habit of getting up to use the restroom right after sex (because it can prevent UTI's). The night that I got pregnant, I fell asleep instead of getting up to go to the restroom. It was hard to believe it could be something so simple...but three years later, there was a night when I broke my usual routine and just fell asleep afterwards...and my second baby was conceived. I'm not saying it's the solution for everyone, but your wife might try not getting up after sex on her peak fertile nights, if she has the habit of doing that too.
- 1 decade ago
HI Mate.....depending on what the gyno has prescribed your wife, i would just chill for abit longer...say 1 or 2 months...because fertility drugs still work within a woman's natural cycle, so if all is well on the test front,and you guys are using something like Clomid, which is very common, your chances are good to fall soon if that drug is right for you.We fell on 2nd cycle but were still as frustrated as hell.Make sure you understand what is going on so you don't feel like a "dispenser"..Sorry for crudeness!good luck!
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- 1 decade ago
ok here some Turkish folklore for you. My wife says she got pregnant with our first by hanging her up feet up on the wall or propped them up on the bedpost. Kept her feet elevated. Said it helped them swim.
- 1 decade ago
well dear nothing to worry till 12 months try.just relax and have fun dont give stress to urselves.believe u'll get the good news soon.God bless.