My husband and I have decided we will not wait until the end of the year to start trying. I am nervous and excited all at the same time. I had an accidental (happy accident) pregnancy last November. I was about 4-5 weeks along when I miscarried. The doctor would not see me because I wasn't twelve weeks along. Not sure if this is the norm for all doctors? Also, I am supposed to fly to Florida at the end of this month. I am ovulating this week and hope to succeed, but does anyone know about flying so early in a pregnancy? I have read some places that you should not fly until your second trimester, my flight is supposed to be the day I would start my period if we did not conceive; so I don't know if any doctors would test me the week before I am supposed to fly. If anyone can help or give me any helpful hints on this or succeeding in conceiving I am all ears. Thanks!View Thread
My DH and I were married in May of last year and I turn 30 next January. Originally he wanted me to wait until the end of this year. However, we had a heart to heart sit down and we were able to compromise. I think if you approach him in a positive and sensitive manner you guys would be able to compromise. The truth is, and I have been told this by EVERYONE, there is never a "right time" to have a baby; if you are waiting for the right time, it will never come. But it is never wise to throw caution to the wind. You two are still very young, but I can understand getting baby fever. Good luck to you and love each other more and more each day.View Thread
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