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- I am 29 years old and I have never been pregnant. The tubes are fine, I also did hysterosalpinography. I am currently taking duphaston for 4 months and brocriptin. I took clostilbegyt and did 2 injections with pregnyl 5000 and still did not get pregnant. I mention that I have menstruation every 2-3 months, but I have an irregular cycle, between 28-32 days. What advice do you give me? Do you think I have any chance of getting pregnant?Answer:
The fact that you claim that you have been recommended bromcriptin makes me believe that in your case it is about an increase in prolactin values. This excess hormone can inhibit ovulation, which may be a reason for the difficulty of getting a pregnancy, but once normalization of prolactin levels can be achieved, this impediment will be removed. There are a number of other investigations that need to be carried out to discover a possible cause to justify infertility in your case so I recommend that you go to a clinic specialized in such conditions. Also, do not specify a word regarding the investigations conducted to the partner and here I refer first to the spermogram. The chances of becoming pregnant can be properly assessed by the attending physician after assessing the situation based on clinical signs and paraclinical results.
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Why does the child wet the bed? At what age should parents start to worry? How is infantile enuresis treated? All these questions are asked by thousands of parents every day. Bedwetting (when the child does not control his bowels and pees on the bed) is a very common problem.
Aware that this is one of the main concerns of many parents, Guiainfantil.com has created a specific section on its website to discuss enuresis, from the causes of this disorder (both physical and emotional), its diagnosis, to how to put an end to the problem.
Enuresis is a problem that only in Spain, affects 10 percent of children between 4 and 15 years old. Yes, enuresis can be prolonged in time and affect very old children. This can have very negative consequences on an emotional level for children. That is why it is essential that parents are aware of the problem and can handle it with ease.
On the enuresis portal of Guiainfantil.com, you'll find specialist articles so you can orient yourself. From why does this happen to your child to how to behave and how to react every time the sheets are wet. Here you will find tips and guidance. For example, when should you consult a specialist, at what age should your child leave the diaper at night, when is the child ready to leave the diaper ...
You can also help yourself with specific stories about enuresis, and even games so that your child can understand what is happening to him and stop being a trauma for him. And of course, you will learn a lot on the subject of urinary incontinence. For example, did you know that there are several types of enuresis? It all depends on when it appears, the symptoms and the frequency with which the child wets the bed.
If you want to know more about this disorder, consult the portal on enuresis on our site and you will have doubts.
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