We have been trying for 7 months. My husband and I have a 5 year old litle girl and have been ready for another for over a year. It has been extremely frustrating as we thought it would be so easy when we were ready to conceive again, It was so easy with our first.
It has not been easy. 7 months. I am at the beginning now of cycle number 8, and all I want for Christmas is to concieve lovingly with my man. I am 25 years old healthy, My Hub is 29 healthy also. Neither over weight. We eat well, take our vits, excersise daily. Why is this so hard? My cycles are 25 days longs, and are exact. We are doing it daily, sometimes even twice!
Today I am depressed. My period came 2 days late which never happens to me. I felt my mind playing tricks on me but I really believed this was it. I even told my mom I really thought it was happening this time! But I am full on bleeding cramps and all this morning. I cried for a good two hours, and my husband doesn't really know what's up. He is dissapointed also, but not like I am I guess. What should be my next steps? Dr. I guess? They say to try for a year right? Someone anyone have any suggestions?View Thread
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