My husband and I have been ttc since we go married 2yrs ago. I am 26 and my husband is just about to turn 30. I have hypothyroidism (being treated since 2006). I may have miscarried about 15 months ago but it was never "diagnosed" my doctor just suspected. (I wasn't far enough along for any conclusive tests she said)
I have an OB/GYN. We are charting ovulation, temp, and cervical fluid. We started charting about 6 months ago and it feels like it will never happen for us. It has gotten to the point that we are frustrated and about to give up.
Now we have 9 friends/relatives that are pregnant or have just had a baby within the last 6 months! 9!!!! All of our friends and family are trying to offer support but I find myself resenting them and hating myself for that. 5 of them were "preventing" when they conceived. I just need someone to talk to who understands the pain and frustration I feel.
Is there is anything I should be doing differently? I need to know!View Thread
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