This is something you should be asking your Dr. He can better tell you if, for instance, the fibroids are making it more difficult or if there may be something else at play. The only thing I can do is tell you the experience of a man my husband worked with back in the 80's. This couple had 5 girls...they had 5 girls because they after the first girl, they tried for a boy...and so on. Well she began developing fibroid tumors and the Dr. told them if they wanted to have another child, to do it soon or they may not be able to. They talked about it and decided they could afford one more child and hopefully it would be that little boy. She got pregnant and 9 months later delivered a healthy happy baby boy......in a matched set of 3. I know this doesn't in any way answer your question, just thought you might find it a bit encouraging. DO discuss your concerns with your Dr.
at 10:35 AM on Aug. 21, 2010