I have not been diagnosed with anything specific other than anovulation and unexplained infertility, and just finished my 5th cycle of clomid. I've been monitored every month with ultrasounds & blood work, and month after month, the dr. keeps telling me that everything looks good - follicles are developing, and I'm ovulating, but the problem seems to be with my estrogen levels (progesterone is good). According to the dr, my estrogen is too low to get me pg. I am just wondering if any one else has this problem, and if so, what types of interventions do your drs have you doing? Mine really hasn't explored any others with me at this point, so I am curious. Thanks!
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