My hubby and I are trying to conceive. I've been off of BC since August (was on it for just under a year) and still nothing! I'm 22, my husband is 26. Both of us are healthy, there's been no previous children or miscarriages. I just got the My Days app and we had sex 3/5 fertile days including when I was supposed to be ovulating. According to the app my next period is due the 5th. My question is this... should I see a doctor? Everyone else seems to get pregnant so quick. And what are the chances of being pregnant now? So stressed and sad... View Thread
So here's the deal... I've been religious about taking my pill up until this past Sunday. (It's now Monday) Last week we decided to start trying for kids so I took the pill Sunday but threw away the rest. (I had Mon-Sat before the placebos) On Monday I did not take the pill and we had sex. Chances of conceiving? Are we better off waiting until after my period? Or are the chances better before and after? I've had light spotting since Sunday, which is pretty normal for me before my period... and if we did conceive how will I know?View Thread
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