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Old 10-24-10, 03:36 PM
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Hi girls im new to this site
me and my partner have been trying to concieve its been 4 months and nothing i already have 2 boys and for them it was so easy the first try i got pregnate what could i be doing wrong for this time around? HELP.....
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Old 10-25-10, 07:10 PM
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Sometimes that happens. Are your periods regular? maybe you can try using OPK's to track ovulation.

good luck
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I am in the same boat....me and dh had a very east time getting pg with our first. First month after I stopped taking BCP. Now the little one is 3 and we are TTC #2 for about 7 months or so and still nothing, To top it off AF played a trick on me and showed up a week late.....when I just happened to go on an overnight trip and was really excited that I was already PG. Was even thinking of how I was going to tell the family this time around.

I go back to the dr. in a week for my reg. checkup and I think I will talk to him about my dilemma. Wish me luck!

Good luck to you guys also
 
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Me and my hubby has been trying to conceive for over a year now still with no luck. I have had all the necessary infertility testing and nothing is wrong with me. The only things that has come up is my hubby's low sperm count (6mil). I wonder with my age (35) and his low sperm count will i ever be able to conceive. Is anyone else going to the same thing please help?
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Have they suggested anything, like IUI for your husband's low sperm count? In that case, they put the "good" sperm right up there ready and waiting to catch the egg. If you've been trying a year, then it's time to seek further help, and with your age as well.

It can totally happen though. I had all kinds of problems conceiving and had decided that I was just done trying. I very very much wanted another child but realized I'd just been through enough. The very next month, I was pregnant, just from the
 
when the doctors said that the possibility was very low, since i had problems and my husbands count had been dropping significantly. The biggest, best surprise ever just had his 9 month physical today.
 
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