My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 2 years. I have had endometriosis about 4 years ago and had it removed. Husband has low sperm count; haven't done ovulation tests;have sex about once a week; should we see a doctor?


Should you see a doctor?

Should you see a doctor? Well, it’s hard to say. You do need to start tracking your ovulation and timing intercourse. Fertility starts to decline around age 29, so the older you are, the less time you want to waste, especially if low sperm count is a significant factor and if your endo did tubal damage. With sperm and endo issues, making an appointment wouldn't be a bad idea. Most doctors are going to want to see three to six months of ovulation tracking, so I’d go buy a thermometer and get started!

 
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