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Fertility Injections Not Working

I am 27 years old. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 4 months. I am taking fertile injections and my husband has good sperm count, but I am not getting pregnant.


Please tell me reason.

Answer:

Hormone injections are typically given to women who have failed to become pregnant after being Clomid. The next step is IVF treatment.

It is possible to have decreased fertile cervical mucus while taking fertility medications. This can make it difficult to conceive because fertile mucus is necessary to keep sperm alive in your reproductive tract for longer increasing your chances of conception.

If you do not make enough fertile mucus, you can use PreeSeed lubricants during sex to help.

Pre-Seed is specifically designed for couples that are trying-to-conceive. It is "sperm-friendly" because it has the qualities of your fertile cervical mucus so it provides a helpful environment to facilitate conception.
Research has shown that most commercially available lubricants reduce sperm motility, and should not be used by couples who are trying to conceive.

Also, you can take FertileCM supplement designed to support the production of cervical mucus and promote endometrial secretions to help build the uterine lining for implantation of the fertilized egg.

I would also recommend using Ovacue Fertility Monitor.
Using a ovulation monitor is the best way to increase your chances of conception and get pregnant fast.

Many women who are taking fertility medicines may need to know if their treatment is working. Ovacue tells you 5-7 days in advance when you are about to ovulate. It also confirms ovulation which is important to ensure the treatment is woking for you.

By known your fertile window you will also increase your chances of conception as you will never miss your ovulation day.

Fertility Blessings!

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