Our expert says:
It is not unusual to have ovulatory dysfunction even after two years after stopping contraceptive injections. However in your situation I would strongly recommend that that you have some form of tubal evaluation tests done such as an x-ray (HSG or hysterosalpingoram) alternately you got to have the procedure called a laparoscopy which is even more diagnostically accurate although more invasive. If the fallopian tubes are patent, then a short cause of ovulation induction can be attempted using simple oral preparations such as (clomiphene citrate, clomid, fertimed, serophine etc.) This ovulation induction should be combined with careful ovulation monitoring using urine LH detections kits such as clear plan this will assist in now accurately timing intercourse, which obviously should be performed around the time of ovulation. At this stage I would also recommend that your partner has a spermiogram (semen analysis) done.
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