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Started route of fertility tests, help please?

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INeedANameChange Mon 22-Aug-16 08:49:33

Hi everyone

Reluctantly posting here as I didn't expect to be in this position sad

We have been TTC for nearly 18 months now. Had my day 3 & day 21 bloods, and a scan so far.

The day 3 came back OK, as did the scan (no sign of PCOS). After day 21 I didn't get confirmation but my GP rang this morning to say he has referred me to gynae?

Is this normal? I would have asked for the test results but he rang me at 8am so I was still a bit bleary eyed grin I thought the next stage was a referral to a fertility clinic.

Can anyone tell me if this is normal and what it's for please? Appointment is the end of Sept.

WootyWoo Mon 22-Aug-16 13:25:42

As part of my initial investigations my GP also referred me to gynae. I was given a scan to check everything looked OK with my uterus and ovaries. Nothing to worry about.

INeedANameChange Mon 22-Aug-16 14:48:20

Thank you. I'd have thought that too but I've already had a scan!

WootyWoo Mon 22-Aug-16 15:49:21

Oh sorry, missed that bit of your post. I don't understand that then. Hmmm I would call and ask. The end of September is a lot of time to be wondering for... Sorry, not much help.

INeedANameChange Mon 22-Aug-16 16:57:15

You're right. I rang and asked and it's an appointment with the fertility clinic.

And day 21 bloods showed I didn't ovulate. sad

Aliveinwanderland Mon 22-Aug-16 17:05:03

My bloods showed I didn't ovulate. I then had a month of folicle tracking where again I didn't ovulate.

Scans showed nothing wrong with ovaries. HSG test showed nothing blocked and no reason why I wasn't ovulating.

I was going to be given clomid when I then fell pregnant naturally.

Try not to panic about not ovulating at this stage. I found that some months I just didn't but I still got pregnant in the end. Just took longer.

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