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How can I know the ovulation time?

Q: I am a 30 years old married female who had TB one year back. I took treatment for 18 months and then doctor told me that everything is normal. Later, my period cycle was normal then three months after my marriage, period cycle was 36 days delay and on 37th day I got menses. The same happened the following month. After that I started getting early menses. I consulted a doctor who asked me to take Letrozole from the second day of menses and told me to come on fifth day of menses. I went and she changed the medicine to Siphene 100 once a day and told me to take scan on 10th day. What is the right time to have sex? Is my past TB treatment stopping me from becoming pregnant? How can I know the ovulation time?

A:Since your cycles are irregular, you might be anovulatory i.e. not making eggs on your own. You do need an ovulation induction and follicle monitoring by which you can know when is the right time to conceive. To know whether TB has any effect on your chances of getting pregnant, you should get your fallopian tubes checked by Hysterosalpingography (HSG).

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