Last month I was 5 days early with the lightest period I've ever had..I'm always heavy. This month I'm 2 days late with negative test What's going on....we have been trying but not monitoring the days for 3 months we don't monitor the days or ovulation but we have unprotected fun atleast 5 times a weekView Thread
I know this may sound crazy, I do have two daughters aged 16 and 11 and would love to have another one. I did have to use clomid with my first born and I conceived my 2nd child naturally. As far as I know, I'm not in perimenopause, I have a period every 26-28 days and I haven't skipped any periods other than my previous pregnancies. Should I try naturally, or see a specialist? I hear my eggs at my age could be useless and there is only a 2% chance of getting pregnant each month.View Thread
hi, I'm new to this bit need support. I do have god friends that support me. But no one is going through...
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hi, I'm new to this bit need support. I do have god friends that support me. But no one is going through this. why partner and I have been trying for 2 years. My periods Dr was no help and did not take my concerns as seriously as I'd like. So I found myself a new Dr. She asked me how seriously I wanted to go ahead. I was over the moon that my opinion mattered. I'm in the middle of my testing. Two blood tests down and a hystropintogram and an ultrasound to go. My partner has his blood test to go to and his sample collected. I also suffer from from Anxiety so this whole experience has cause extreme anxiety. My new medication and my involvement with the mental health clinic has helped. My biggest issue is my partners lack of interest in sex. I've done my best not to pressure him. Let's just have fun. I think he's feeling pressured, and it's coming from him. I'm not sure how to help. Any suggestions?View Thread
hi everyone. I'm new here, my name is Emily. I'm 37 years old, TTC #1. My doctor prescribed Provera this month (cycle 4) in the hopes to "wake up" my ovaries as I've gotten no positive opk's recently. I understand this isn't typically why Provera is prescribed. Anyway, I took the provera days 6 through 26, and here I am on day 36 with no AF. I've had 3 negative bfn's on hpt and going in tomorrow for a blood test. Anyone have any thoughts? Thanks!View Thread
I have done lots of reading on cervical mucus and that mucus means ovulation and fertileness. I am just curious, when I see cervical mucus, has ovulation already happened or does that mean it WILL be coming? Obviously I know the goal is to have sex before ovulation so that's why I'm curious. Also, does mucus go away after ovulation? I always see mucus several days before my phone app tells me I'm supposed to be ovulating which makes me think I am ovulating a lot earlier than what my phone app is telling me.View Thread
My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for over a year. We had a successful conception but it ended in a tubal pregnancy. Then we had a miscarriage in May I passed my gestational sac in June. My next two cycles were normal and we were ready to try again and then I had two more six day cycles in August and haven't had another cycle since. I am just wondering if this is normal and we should wait it out or go to the doctors to get checked out.View Thread
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