I have been trying to conceive for a little over a year now and I am only 23yrs old. I've tried fertility pills and the tea and nothing seems to be working. I don't know what to do anymore. Please help.View Thread
My fiance and I had intercourse and then not too long after I had what I thought was my period. However, I...
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My fiance and I had intercourse and then not too long after I had what I thought was my period. However, I started it almost a week early. I know that bleeding in pregnancy is supposed to be very light, and not the same as menstrual bleeding. This appeared to be menstrual, because it was heavy. However, now I'm worried it may have been implantation bleeding, or something else. I've been experiencing a variety of symptoms lately-all of which point to pregnancy; fatigue, leg cramping, some stomach cramping, thirst, headaches, and tender breasts, not to mention weight gain and crazy mood swings.
I don't see how I can be pregnant, since I'm almost certain I had my period a few days after intercourse. Is it possible to have your period a few days after intercourse and still be pregnant? That's crazy right? I'm just trying to rule out the possibilities here. I have a fear that it's my thyroid, or something worse like diabetes. I know it's difficult to determine, and I will probably only find out from a test or a missed period. I would just like some more advice. Thank you!View Thread
My husband and I are fairly new at trying to conceive. Last month was our first time trying, no luck, however' the odds were against us because I was on my period. We currently live in different states due to our occupations but we will be seeing each other this month during three of my high fertility days according to the WEB MD ovulation calculator. Are there any extra pieces of advice or insight to how accurate this calculator is. We both truly want to conceive so any tips are welcomed!!!!!!!!!View Thread
My husband and I have been trying to conceive for a little over a year now and am starting the beginning stages of infertility specialist. His urologist tell him his sperm count is a little low but nothing to where we wouldn't be able to get pregnant the normal way and my doctor says that I am ovulating because my LH surge is high on day 21 so I feel hopeless lately! I have tried ovulation test strips thy give me positive readings but does anyone have any other suggestions or tips to try?
My husband and I have been trying to conceive our second child for about 4 months now. Last October, I got pregnant, we weren't trying, it was a surprise, but I miscarried after only a few days. I did not need an procedures, everything was able to pass normally since I wasn't that far along. I have never had breast tenderness when I would get my period my whole life. The only time I had very tender breasts was when I was pregnant with my son. It seems like since we have been trying, every month my breasts get tender and I start get a little hormonal and crave certain foods. I think I'm pregnant, and then I get my period and am disappointed. Am I just fooling my body? I have had people tell me that it could be period symptoms, but I never had symptoms like this with my period before the miscarriage. I am at a loss. Could I really be getting pregnant every month and losing it?View Thread
I'm 34 years of age (I'll be 35 in September 2014). I've been trying to concieve since October 2013. I was...
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I'm 34 years of age (I'll be 35 in September 2014). I've been trying to concieve since October 2013. I was able to concieve in November 2013 which resulted in a miscarriage. I concieved again in December 2013 which resulted in an ectopic rupture in January 2014. I lost my right falopian tube. I had an HSG test in Feburary 2014 that showed my remaining tube open. We began trying again in Feburary 2014 (after two cycles). When should I start considering fertility treatments?View Thread
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