Female Issues

The best solution is to see a napro trained dr. Find a list of doctors here. He will use your individual chart and tests to make a diagnosis. He will list all the possible causes of your infertility and set up a treatment plan.
You need to be your own advocate when it comes to diagnosis and treatment. A reproductive endocrinologist  may be unable to find the cause of your problem and label you as unexplained. This is because they treat all women the same and in the end use IVF to bypass the problem instead of treating it.
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Diagnosing the Problem
There are many areas to check out:
ovulation disorders, uterus, pelvic cavity, adhesions, tubes, cervical mucus, hormones,
infections, immune issues, endometriosis, short luteal phase, tail end brown bleeding,
polycystic ovary, luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome, genetic conditions etc

Napro Technology
Surgical Napro Technology

Infertility Tests: American Society for Reproductive Medicine 
HSG: American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Adhesions: American Society for Reproductive Medicine
 Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy; American Society for Reproductive Medicine
 Saline Infused Sonohysterography: American Society for Reproductive Medicine
 Evaluation of the Uterus: American Society for Reproductive Medicine 
Wikipedia
American 
Mayo Clinic
Endometrial Function Test

Treatments 
Napro technology FAQ
Napro Technology
Surgical Napro Technology
Progesterone Support 
Ovulation Drugs: American Society for Reproductive Medicine Pregnancy Association

Endometriosis
Patient guide from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine 
IBS Can be a symptom of Endo
An educational video produced by the World Endometriosis Society
http://endometriosis.org/category/news/
A page with more information and links


PCOS
Patient guide from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine


LUFS: Luteinized Unruptured Follicle Syndrome
Research Article from Japan to Treat Lufs with G-csf
A page with more information on LUFS



Specialty Labs
Reprosource Lab
Rosalind Franklin Immunology Laboratory