I've never heard of anyone having 2 in a row and the second one being ova due for a year Ive hardly had my periods but they say this is norm I've left it on a year over due because my doctor said I could leave it in it doesn't have an affect but me and my boyfriend are trying to have a baby with no success so I had it removed how long after will I fall pregnant really worried
It is possible that it may have still be affecting your hormone levels. Now that it is out, you should return to baseline soon. It can take most healthy couples six months to a year to conceive. If after a year, you are unsuccessful then you need to both consult a Dr. Men can have low sperm counts etc. Some women find it helps to chart basal temps and cervical mucus. You can find information on how to do this under "natural" family planning or the rhythm method or calendar method. While these "methods" arent very good for birth control, they can be very helpful in learning your body and predicting when you ovulate. This kind of thing takes great patience and isnt learned over night. You have to chart carefully for months before you can begin to determine your pattern. Getting pregnant is really a matter of timing things just perfectly. When a woman ovulates, there is only a 3-4 day "fertile" period all month in which she can conceive. I your BF has a low sperm count it can make it more difficult to get pregnant as well. If he tends to wear tight underwear or snug pants, it may be that his testicles are too warm for good sperm production. The testicles need to be a little cooler than body temperature or they dont produce sperm well so looser fitting clothes can help. Also, if he smokes marijuana, he should stop as it can greatly decrease the sperm count especially if he is a daily smoker.
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