I am beginning to lose all hope in ever having my own child. I read your posts and hear about shots and follicles and all the other things your doctors are doing, and I feel like my doctor is doing absolutely nothing to help me. I've been TTC for almost two years now, and not once has my doctor checked my follicles or done an ultrasound or whatever he's supposed to do around ovulation to see if things are working properly. I can't go to an RE because I live in a very small town where the closest RE is an hour and a half away. There's no way I can take that much time off of work to drive so far to have the important testing done. At this point, I've a had a lap and tried Clomid. Neither worked. When I asked my doctor about hormone testing because my EWCM comes five days before O, but not when I actually ovulate, he told me he would test my progesterone for the hundreth time. I know I ovulate on my own every single month. Why can't he understand that this isn't the problem. I'm sorry this is so long, but I really needed to vent. I could really use some advice on what I should ask him to test for or try next. I'm really feeling like I'll never have my own child because the doctors I've gone to won't do what they should be doing to help me conceive. By the way, I can't afford IVF, so that's not an option. Thanks for listening.
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