Our expert says:
There may be many reasons and I would believe that one should not simply start clomid treatment without adequate investigation. The commonest cause of secondary infertility in South Africa is that of tubal obstruction and this may need to be investigated primarily before further treatment is instituted. There are also cases where the male component may have deteriorated in the interim and may require investigation as well.
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