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Date 01/05/2017 06:01:56
Question Title Taharat hamishpajah and pregnancy
By Rabbi Rabbi Elhanan Lewis
The Question Tebilah takes place too late to conceive in order to ovulation taking place on 9th day of the feminine cycle. What are we supposed to do? Doctors consulted so far (in Córdoba, Argentina) say there is no way to change that and rabbis say otherwise, plus they consider 9th or 10th day ovulation abnormal and not likely to work out.
Thanks a lot in advance.
 
Date 15/05/2017 11:41:28
Answer Title Taharat hamishpajah and pregnancy
The Answer Shalom
There are several solutions to solve the problem
First you can consider doing the hefsek Tahara on the 4th day, speak to your rabbi on this matter or call us on +97226515050. If impossible, we need to push off the ovulation; that can be achieved through taking Estrofem or Proginova 2*5 days from the onset of the period.
In the case that does not work, we can consider clomiphene citrate or gonadotropin injections or IUI.
I recommend you speak with us to set the best treatment for best results.
All the best
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