Is your dr part of a fertility clinic? If not then go to a specialist fertility clinic who have seen and done it all. You'll hopefully save time and money. I always tell people that no one cares as much as you do about your health. Religiously phone up for test results every single time and keep your own record of them (as in test type and actual result). These tests are bring done on you so the information is yours. Nothing peeves me more than asking after a test result and bring told 'it's fine'. Well what exactly is fine?! They probably think I'm a pain in the *** but whatever my body my info and I've picked up multiple mistakes they've made!!
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