Infertility Part Two

Ok, so you’ve made sure that all reproductive parts are present and accounted for. And, the tubing is patent (open)—this means that the sperm are able to get from the testes out of the body and into the woman, and in the woman, that the fallopian tubes can successfully transport an egg from the ovary to the uterus for fertilization. Just because all the cheap Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6 equipment is there doesn’t mean that it is always working correctly. In women, we have to make sure that ovulation is taking place. Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovary. In the middle of the menstrual cycle (around day 15), women may notice a milky-white discharge. This means that ovulation has taken place. What if this doesn’t happen? Read part 3 for more!

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