Our expert says:
It appears that the primary problem may well be that of irregular menses secondary to ovulatory dysfunction. This in addition may suggest either erratic ovulation or very poor egg quality or alternately an asynchrony between the ovaries and the womb, which in turn may effect implantation. The aid of a fertility specialist is extremely valuable in this regard and the use of Clomid by it’s self may not be sufficient to resolve the problem. Furthermore despite the fact that you partner has had children, I would still recommend a routine sperm analysis be done as things may have changed over the years.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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