Our expert says:
A few questions: How long have you been trying - longer than 12 months? How regular is your menstruation? Did you have any problems with it in the past? Do you exclusively have vaginal sex? Which contraception did you use before? If you were on the injection it can take up to a year after you stopped it. How is your general health? Have you been diagnosed with STI in the past? Are you overweight - how much? The more overweight you are the smaller chance of getting pregnant. How often do you and your partner have sex per week? Do you jump up and run for the loo or bath immediately after sex (not good)? Your partner can also have a problem. As you can see, there are many factors that play a role. Rather consult your doctor if you are worried. Deidre SASHA
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