Question by  timmsa (577)

Why can't I get pregnant?

I want to get pregnant so badly and it never happens.


Answer by  John (9008)

There could be many reasons for this, and you have to consult a doctor to find out the problem. You could have an issue with hormones, some sort of blockage, or some other issue. It is also possible that the problem lies with the potential father; men commonly have fertility issues, as well. These problems are often treatable.


Answer by  bean11 (2803)

Pregnancy can be hard to achieve for many women, for many different reasons. One possibility could be that your sexual partner is infertile. Another is that you could be infertile. Another possibility is that you are trying too hard- sometimes if you relax, it can happen more organically than otherwise. Or, your timing is just bad and it will happen.


Answer by  HadaBaby (66)

Obviously, there could be deeper, physical reasons. However, every normally functioning woman has a specific day each month when they are able to get pregnant. Usually, sperm can live up to 5 days inside the woman, so the window is really about five days. Look up the Natural Family Planning Method to learn how to discover your specific day.


Answer by  Qwitzon (578)

If under 30 and have tried for a year, you need to see a specialist. There are many medical conditions that can cause this. If over 30, just go now.


Answer by  jaime24 (744)

Mabey you should see a fertility specialist. You can buy ovulation tests at the drug store that will tell you when is the best time to try.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

You could have a condition that makes it to where you cannot get pregnant. See your OBGYN to determine if you have that problem. Your partner could also be the one who has infertility issues.

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