What am I supse to do when my infertility doctor hasn't found the underlying cause and it could be something simple please someone help me I'm 28 yrs Of age and I'm very scared

Unexplained infertility is

Unexplained infertility is the code doctors use when they have no idea what the real problem is. Many couples undergo dozens of tests only to come up with few answers. Known as unexplained infertility, such a situation can often be quite frustrating for everyone involved. Unfortunately, it's all too common- as many as 10-15 % of patients undergoing fertility problems will find no real reason
why they can't conceive.

Although, I was excited to come across the new free study that the Center for Human Reproduction in NY is sponsoring that you may qualify for.

Under 38 and Unexplained Infertility Study Enrollment
We have started enrolling patients into our new DHEA study: To qualify, patients have to be under age 38 and have to be diagnosed with so-called unexplained infertility. In practical terms this means that they have at least one year of infertility with regular sexual intercourse, have regular periods and were found by hysterosalpingogram (HSG) to have normal tubes. In addition, the male partner has to have had a normal semen analysis.

Women who qualify will receive free care and free medication for the length of the trial. They, however, have to be willing to be randomized to either DHEA or a placebo. With these qualifications, patients are encouraged to contact us and ask for possible enrollment in the DHEA Unexplained Infertility Study.

Does Unexplained Infertility really exist?
Many standard professional textbooks suggest that Unexplained Infertility (UI) represents the most frequent infertility diagnosis in women, encompassing up to approximately 30% of all cases. Yet, we here, at CHR, are not convinced at all that such a diagnosis actually exists and, even if it were to, we believe that Unexplained infertility would represent a misnomer that should be changed.

If you wish to determine your options, currently, we are offering a Free Unexplained Infertility E-Mail Consultation. With this free e-mail consultation we will advice you as to the technical options that exist today for those diagnosed with Unexplained Infertiliity.
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