2 months - probably not the time to start worrying. see another doctor, because this one sounds stupid. just relax,
My thoughts exactly, and why clomid? And after only 2 months?
Has this doctor already done blood work showing your hormone levels?
Ultrasounds? (to check for cysts, etc?) done the exam where they put dye in your tubes to check for
blockages? Or the laproscopic surgery where they go in and check you out from the inside?
Most doctors don't consider getting pregnant an issue unless you have tried for 8 to 12 months with no luck.
Go to the store and buy two things, 1) A basil thermometer and take your temp every morning before you wake up
and chart it for 30 to 90 days and 2) an ovulation predictor which you can use to see if you're ovulating
on the days your temp is higher than normal.
Most of all, RELAX, it has only been two months.
However I wonder if there is other info we are not aware of, why would a doctor say they doubt she would of
gotten preg over the last few years while using condoms? (had they not been using them) and what
was the surgery? With those two comments seems like there may underlying medical conditions
we are not privy to and if so all our advice may not be suitable.