Following hysterotomy 4 months ago, I do not seem to be ovulating. I use Clearblue Ovulation Fertility Monitor. It has shown 5 High Fertility days in a row but no ovulation. I was ovulating prior to the surgery for 6 years without a fail. Is it a hormonal problem?
 Shamim Byrne
Shamim Byrne
Family planner, Gynaecologist
Nottingham
The hysteroscopy is unlikely to be the cause of you not ovulating.Ovulation, depends on several factors one of which is hormonal. It is advisable to see a specialist whowill go through your history and can do blood test ideally 7 days before your period is due to see if you have ovulated or not.

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