What causes fertility issues or barrenness? [Solved]

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for four years we have been trying to get my wife pregnant to know avail, even after some fertility treatment for her which according to the doctor was to open up her fallopian tube that seems to be tight, an iud was placed inside her for 2 weeks and prescription of clomid was made after the removal of the device but yet we have not been able to conceive, what could be wrong?
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Did you check from your side? Both male and female are responsible for conception.
If your side is OK, i.e. sperm count as well as viability, the fault might be from your wife.
If the ovum from your wife ripe, fertilization in vitro must be tried. But it is expensive and so many step.

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If your wife is all right now.. than may there is fault in you. Infertility is not only caused due to woman. Man is also responsible for it in some cases. I think you should go for sperms test. If you are fine than it might be fault of your wife. She might have another problem.

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I will suggest your wife surrogacy because I have been through this by myself that is why I will suggest surrogacy. It is better to suggest others from which you have gone through. I am going through the successful journey of surrogacy that is why I am telling you about it. I had hysterectomy cancer from my adulthood. I had proper treatment of it and I was cancer free. But I was infertile for life. But my husband always supported me and we decided to start our journey of surrogacy. We lived in Japan and surrogacy is totally banned here. So we moved to Ukraine. There we found a very good clinic regarding surrogacy. We started our journey there. The clinic is very good the whole clinic is too cooperative with there clients. From that clinic, our surrogacy journey started. Now our surrogate is pregnant with our twin daughters. We are so happy that we are finally going to have our babies soon. Good luck to you with your plans ad journey,
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Hi. I'm glad you found a nice place for your procedure. It is really hard to find one today. Because most of them just want to make money out of people's misery. Thanks for telling us about this though. It would be helpful for a lot of people here. Keep up the good work.
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Hey. Only a doctor can answer this question for you. But sometimes even medication doesn't work for some people. They can, however, choose other options like IVF or surrogacy as suggested by their doctors. You can also consider these and talk to your doctor about it. I hope you guys find a solution for this. Good luck.
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Sometimes even after the laparoscopy is done there is an issue. I think you should be visiting a fertility specialist. They are really more experienced in this field and will help you. I was told by my OB that I suffered from unexplained infertility. We were put on a clomid cycle for 6 months. However, nothing worked for us. I think 2 weeks is a very short time to conclude anything. You both need to be patient. Maybe start tracking the ovulation date. Try to follow a chart for TTC. Other than this other people are also right you should also get yourself tested. The clinic I am visiting tested both of us before they started looking into the report. So this is indeed an important step. Good luck to you. I hope you are soon able to conceive.
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