My boyfriend and I are ttc. This is our second month at it. I understand that we are possibly in for a long journey, I have read so much literature that I feel like I myself can be a gynocologist now. Lol. However with so much out there, so many pointers and do's and dont's, I was hoping to hear from others who are ttc or those that have been able to. What is your BEST advice? I think it is funny that there are so many young couples who accidentally get pregnant by irresponsibility however when we actually try to concieve it is SO difficult! I think that this past month I put so much thought into it I actually made my period late. I am never late, I always run on a 28 day cyle and I was 5 days late. dissapointing! So what is some of your best advice when ttc? Thank you very much!View Thread
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