Thank you for your feedback.There is another question i would like to know.What are some of the tests that I would need in order to determine the reason(s) that I may not be ovulation? Another question I have is,which doctor would be able to perform theses tests?View Thread
Hello.I am concerned about my menstrual cycle. For over 13 years, I have experienced a difference in my period.I have experienced that when my period starts, it lasts for 3 days. Recently, my period started on July 11-24.This time it did not last a few days.Many doctors have told me that everything is normal. What can be done about this?View Thread
My husband and I have been trying to conceive for a couple of years now. My concern is after my husband and I have intercourse, his sperm comes out of me. I want know what can be doing about having the sperm stay inside me for enough time so I can conceive?View Thread
I understand your concern. I been trying to conceive for a long time now. I have been to many doctors but they told me the same thing. They said everything is normal. So, I begin searching for the right doctor. I went to the gynecologist. He took a pelvis sonogram. He then suggested for me to see a endocrinologist because it seemed I had a hormone problem. Yes, I agree you should see another doctor until you get the right answer. I wish you the best.View Thread
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