I went to the doctor awhile back and they did a test and said all my hormone levels are fine. My husband, however, hasn't been to a doctor. He doesn't have insurance so we wouldn't be able to afford him going.
A friend of mine had been TTC for over 5 years. She finally got pregnant earlier this year.. but she had a miscarriage. But the doctor was very hopeful that she would get pregnant again very soon.
OK, so my husband and I have been trying for about a year to get pregnant!!! I finally ordered some Conceive Plus, hoping that it will help. I've heard good reviews about it.
I swear I've been going crazy! Every month I hope I am, I think I am... and then my period comes and I still hope and think I am...... Then finally I realize, I'm just fooling myself I'm not pregnant yet. Month after month is torture when I hope with all my might that I'm finally pregnant and then the big BOOM comes that I'm not.
So I'm really hoping Conceive Plus helps us!!!!
I'm 22 and he's 37. So I knew from the get go that we might have some problems in getting pregnant. But a WHOLE year?! Sometimes it's just so depressing.
I look around and see pregnant women all around. I'm happy that they are getting a child that they've wanted... but I'm also jealous and angry at the same time because I want it to be me so badly. My sister had a baby boy last year in October. That really didn't help any. Having to watch my sister's stomach grow and then see her precious little boy after he was born. It was so painful for me
Am I the only one that feels this way? If I'm not, please reply with your story.
Best of luck to all of you out there TTC. If Conceive Plus helps me I will let you all know!
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