I have a question for you about a previous diagnosis of "unexplained infertility" and how it related to future pregnancies.
It took us one stressful, loooooong year to conceive our son. Near the end we had seen a RE who ran every test in the book (HSG, SA, etc, even had a laprascopy to check for endo) and everything came back normal. We even tried a few months of clomid/IUIs and were unsuccessful. We finally gave up and took a romantic vacation and conceived our son all on our own.
Our beautiful boy is three now and we just started trying for another baby. We're no longer in our late 20s, we're in our early 30s. I've been reading the research about a decline in fertility as you age and, given my previous difficulty conceiving, I'm starting worry that we're in for another long emotional rollercoaster.
Can you tell me, if one has a diagnosis of unexplained infertility with their first child will they likely struggle to conceive future pregnancies?
I understand that even with perfectly timed intercourse, the chances of conceiving each month are only 15-25%. Is there anything I can do to increase the odds?