I am 27 and I and my DH have been trying to conceive now since June 2011. I had a surgery for left ovarian cyst in Dec 2009. since then my cycle has been pretty regular. I have taken 3 packs of fertile aid and this is my third cycle i will be using the Ovacue bundle. well, i kind of feel frustrated because my husband and i are in two different states and so we have to time sex in order to get pregnant. I am also using OPK to make sure that i don't miss out. my AF is to start today, though i pray it does not come but I am already feeling the cramps and a heavy breast which are an indication that AF is knocking at my door. Please what else do you advise me to do? should I complain about trying to conceive to my doctor as yet? how long do you think i can wait? i am afraid the surgery has something to do with this and should see the doctor immediately. Any suggestion please?View Thread
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