Difficulty conceiving

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- May 27, 2019 at 07:57 PM
Hello,
I'm 20 years old and my partner is 28. We have been married for over a year. We are trying for a baby but no luck conceiving. How do I know whether it's because I'm infertile that I'm having such a trouble?
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Hello,
You don't know anything yet, so stop worrying and go to your doctors. Both of you need to be seen, and examined if your doctor thinks it is necessary. Take care and chill out otherwise stress can have a negative effect when trying for a baby.
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Hello,
you are still very young and maybe that your body and mind is not ready for this.
But it could also be a physical problem. This is not the end of the world so get on with asking for a correct diagnosis so you can conceive as soon as possible. Very good luck to you both.
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If you have been trying for a baby for a year then why are you not visiting a doctor? Dont delay this any further. The more you delay the more issues will be created. Good luck to you. I hope things go well for you. Just stay positive and strong. The best thing to do right now would be to visit a good doctor. They will do your tests and figure out the issue. Once that is figured out after doing the HCG test and ultrasound they will work out a solution. It really depends on what you want to take. Initially, most couples opt for medication. It is afterward that they look into treatments like IUI or IVF. However, for any of these things, it is important that the doctor is professional. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
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Hi Dalila! I hope you are doing well. You both are so young right now so nothing to worry about. Keep trying for 1 year straight if it doesn't work then visit a clinic. It's better to visit a clinic instead of doing tests yourself. The doctor will clear out everything for you. Sometimes it's just that we are not doing it right. To know about infertility you need to get yourself tested. You have nothing to worry about. There are many ways to conceive with now. Just visit a doctor and he will guide you in the right direction. Good luck! Stay blessed! Bye!
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Hi! I am so sorry for what you are going through. It's hard to deal with that thing. But not impossible, so don't worry. If you have tried for 1 year or more then it's time for you to move on to a fertility clinic. Visit a good clinic, get yourself tested and everything will be cleared out for you. But make sure you both get yourself tested. That's quite important. You both need to be healthy in order to conceive. Otherwise there are quite treatments and way to take care of that. Good luck. Stay blessed. Bye. Take care.
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Hey, honey. This is not anything to worry about. I understand how you feel. It's perfectly normal to worry a little. A year is a long time, no doubt. However, it shouldn't be anything serious. You can get your tests done. It's actually preferred if you do get them done. Just to be on the safe side. There's nothing to worry about in either case. There are so many good solutions available, even if things go south. Which they won't, I'm confident! You can do this! You can also visit a fertility clinic if you want! Good luck to you, hun.
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It would make a lot of sense to get a professional opinion, now. A year is a long time. Six months is normally the average time, given by doctors. I hope it's nothing too serious. Hopefully, things work out for you. You can do this, honey! Keep us posted on how it goes.
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Few advices by doctors will be the ultimate result Eat Foods That Are Rich in Antioxidants. Antioxidants like folate and zinc may improve fertility for both men and women. Eat a Bigger Breakfast. Avoid Trans Fats. Cut Down on Carbs. Eat Less Refined Carbs.Eat More Fiber.Swap Protein Sources.
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I'm so sorry to hear about this. You must be quite sad. It must be quite tough to take. I would suggest you get a professional opinion. It would be an important thing to do. Normally, doctors advise you to wait a few months. I think it's around six months, mostly. Considering, it's been a year, you should get to it. My prayers are with you. I really hope it's nothing serious. Either way, you don't have to worry, too much. There are solutions to everything. Good luck to you! You can get through. Keep us posted on how it goes.
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I agree with Lilliana. Six months is the standard procedure. Then, you can get a professional opinion. That can be very important. Thank you for this input. It was very helpful. Informative posts are always full of knowledge.
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If you have been trying for over a year then I think it's about to get serious. Visit a good RE and get yourself tested. They will do a couple of your tests. They will check your hormone levels and also look at your ovaries state. After this will determine the major issue. I would advise you to not lose hope. The technology has drastically improved and therefore, there are a lot of treatments available. IVF and IUI like procedures are really helping people. I myself am in the middle of an IVF process. So far things are going really well. I really think that is due to the clinic. Therefore, a good clinic can really make a huge difference. Good luck to you. If you need any help let me know. Sending baby dust your way.
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If it has been a year then my advice to you would be to visit a good doctor. I think you shouldn't delay this anymore. It is a serious issue. I remember I made this mistake. I kept delaying my visit. However, the earlier you go the better it is. One advice, however, I would like to give you is that its really important to visit the right doctor. At times the clinics we visit dont have professional and experienced. That really ruins the treatment. Therefore, make sure to visit the right doctor. Research properly about them and then visit. It is soo important to not ignore this factor. If you want to help let me know. Will try my best to assist you. Sending baby dust your way.
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You are quite young. However, if you both have been trying for a year then I would suggest visiting a good clinic. Make sure that both of you get tested. The tests will really help in underlying the main issue. Good luck to you. I hope there is nothing serious. However, dont worry the doctors will for sure help you. Sending baby dust your way.
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Numerous ladies experience premature deliveries or pregnancy misfortunes, or can't imagine by any stretch of infertility. Infertility in ladies can be brought about by age, medical issues (like PCOS), uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and pelvic provocative infection, and negative way of life factors.
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If you have been trying for over a year then I would suggest you visit a good doctor. They will carry out tests and let you know the issue. I am sure there is nothing serious. Just stay strong and positive. There are soo many treatments that you can opt for as well. Therefore, dont worry. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.
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