Our expert says:
I would suggest by doing some practical assessments at home. Simple ovulation monitoring using the ovulation testing kits might be a starting point. You could also have your husband visit a conventional pathology lab to arrange for a sperm analysis. Thirdly you can have your family doctor or GP do a basic gynaecological work-up and refer you to an X-ray department for evaluation of your fallopian tubes by means of an X-ray called HSG (Hysterosalpingogram). Once these tests have been done you could put all the results together and if necessary visit your fertility specialist.
Answered by: Dr. M. I. Cassim
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