According to my general doctor I am healthy, why can't I get pregnant?
Your question doesn't reveal to much so its hard to say what it might be. However if your doctor is telling you that your healthy and able to get pregnant and you've been actively trying while ovulating,You may want to consider having your partner see a doctor. You might have already done this and i apologize for giving you useless advice if thats the case, but you'd be surprised how many women never consider the possibility that it might be their partner and not them. Also keep in mind how much stress effects the body and if your constantly concerned about it, your worries might be manifesting themselves physically. There are so many stories of woman who get pregnant after they stop trying and I know for my first son that was the case. I hope it works out for you, because I understand how frustrating it can be.. good luck.
I was married at 32 and immediately tried to get pregnant. When I was unable to conceive I had blood tests for fertility and was told that I had an FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) of 54 and would not be able to have children. Even though the doctors knew that I had been diagnosed with Hashimoto's thyroiditis since age 25, no one bothered to check my thyroid levels. my TSH was measured at .001. My Synthroid dosage was lowered. a friend advise me to contact a spiritualist who help with fertility with her medicine, i collected her contact an explain my situation to her she prepared for me a herbal medicine which i took as describe I by her. became pregnant very quickly, I had a successful pregnancy. I have my baby august 2014. to get pregnant at age 35 with my 2nd child in september 2016, thank you mama , this is her email contact if you require her help email@example.com
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