How Long Does Infertility Tests Take Before Actually Being Treated?

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I'm a 25 female with an infertility problem, which means I don't ovulate and cannot get pregnant. A few weeks ago, I have some lab tests completed, including glucose, blood work and ultrasound, both of which came back negative. I've spent the last 25 days visiting doctors and seeking answers, but I'm still scheduled to do more. Has anyone confirmed an infertility issue? If so, how long did it take you to be given the proper meds? How many tests did you complete? And what are the results of the prescribed medications?
asked Apr 25, 2010 by anonymous

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I will tell you why. Ovulation can occur as early as day six or much later than day 14. One woman may ovulate like clockwork on day 21 of her cycle every single month - while another may ovulate on day 10. It's all according to the reproductive hormones, the level of stress and your health. Any of these things can be out of whack and can hinder ovulation.
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answered Apr 26, 2010 by dorothycoughlan (3 points)
Thank you for your kind reply.

Do you have any suggestions as to what steps to take in order to get the level of stress, reproductive hormones back to a more normal level to improve my fertility?

Thanks very much.