Many people have been trying to get pregnant for several months, but have not observed any movements in stomach for a long time, so they are very worried if they are infertile. doctor tells her that you haven't been pregnant for months, is that true? It's impossible to define infertility, so question we're going to talk about today is that not being able to conceive in these situations doesn't necessarily mean infertility, so let's see.Such conditions are not conceived, not necessarily infertility
Situation 1: not pregnant for half a year, infertility?
Answer: Not necessarily infertility, but go to hospital to find out cause.
If you are still not pregnant after half a year of trying to get pregnant, you should actively look for reason for not getting pregnant.
The first thing to do is check man's sperm. Due to infertility, half chances are for men. In addition, sperm testing is relatively easy and not traumatic, so it is usually recommended for men to do test first.
If test confirms that there is no problem with man's sperm, the woman will conduct an appropriate test.
Situation 2: I used to be pregnant, but now I can't get pregnant. Is this infertility?
I used to be pregnant, but now I can't. Perhaps age affects normal function of ovulation, or maybe problems with fallopian tubes cause infertility. Women who have not been able to conceive naturally for a long time should go to hospital for a comprehensive examination before pregnancy to determine cause of infertility.
First check if your periods are regular and then go to hospital for a vaginal ultrasound to evaluate development of follicles. If ovulation is normal, go to hospital for an examination of fallopian tubes within one week after next menstruation. It is not advisable to have sex before examination, and patency of fallopian tubes should be judged using salpingography. Inflammation or blockage of fallopian tubes needs to be treated as soon as possible. Blindly preparing for pregnancy is impractical.
Situation 3. Why is menstrual cycle regular, but not pregnant?
There may be a problem with ovulation. A normal menstrual cycle does not mean that a woman will ovulate.
Measurement of basal body temperature allows you to determine whether ovulation is normal. If a woman ovulates normally, her basal body temperature after her period is usually lower, and day of ovulation may be lower. The temperature after ovulation is usually 0.3–0.5 °C higher than before ovulation. According to this rule, women with a regular menstrual cycle can accurately determine period of ovulation.
The above are a few questions about infertility. If you are concerned about infertility, you should strongly go to hospital for treatment. Don't delay treatment. This will aggravate disease and make you unable to conceive.