I don't know if this is this is the case but,if you're very thin, you may not have enough estrogen to ovulate. You need a minimum of about 18 percent body fat to ovulate. If you're obese, this can cause too much estrogen, which can also prevent ovulation by disrupting the hormonal feedback system that tells the egg follicles to mature. So achieving a healthy weight may be all you need to boost your chances of conception.
Restore menstrual and hormonal balance.
Mix equal parts of these herbs and blend well. Store them in an air tight container for use as a tea. Green Tea Leaves, Chaste Berry, Red Raspberry Leaf, False Unicorn and Black cohosh.
Steep 2 teaspoons of these blended herbs in a cup of hot water. Drink three cups of this tea each day for the entire cycle or the first half from menstruation to ovulation. You can use Ovulation test strips or use the basal thermometer to chart your temperature to keep tract of your ovulation..
Take Evening Primrose Oil, this will aid in the production of fertile quality cervical fluid. Take this supplement from menstruation to ovulation and switch to Flax Seed Oil after ovulation.
Evening Primrose Oil will help you to produce more fertile quality cervical fluid also known as "egg white cervical mucus". This type of cervical fluid is fertile, thin, watery, clear and "stretchy" and easily aids the sperm to swim through the uterus and into the fallopian tube, and to the egg. Also, this type of fluid helps the sperm to stay alive for up to five days inside the fallopian tube, thus enabling conception to happen even if you don't have intercourse again by the time ovulation occurs.
Some women may be very dry, and have problems in producing an adequate amount of fertile quality cervical fluid. Drinking a lot of water and taking the Evening Primrose Oil can certainly help in the production of fertile cervical fluid.
Also take Folic Acid and Vitamin B Complex.
The male should take the same supplements.
Make the same tea for the male but, leave out the Chase Berry in his herbal blend.