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Old 10-03-10, 04:06 PM
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Hi

Are there any other mums out there trying to conceive their second baby? I'm planning to start trying after my next period (end of Oct) Not sure what my approach is going to be yet. Taking angus castas, going to use pre-seed and try every second day. This worked when I conceived my first so wanting to try this method again. There is so much advice out there you just dont know what to believe!!! Every other day or everyday!!! Who knows but 5 weeks between attempts is a long time if you pick the wrong method!!!! My first took us 5 months which is quick when you think about it but felt like a lifetime!!!

Has anyone got any advice or success stories?

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Old 10-03-10, 08:49 PM
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Hi! I'm also TTC #2 I'm on Metformin for my PCOS and had luck with that in the past with TTC#1! it's ok to try everyday as long as your dh does not have a low sperm count or any other problems. But it's also ok to only do it every second day! I would do what worked for you last time. Good luck and I hope this is your month!!
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Old 10-06-10, 04:19 PM
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Hello I'm trying for #2 also. Been actively trying for 2 months and letting nature take it's corse for 1.5 years. Good luck to everyone!
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Hello all,
I have been trying to conceive baby number 2 for 2 years now. My little girl is 3 and I am aching to have another little one around. nothing seems to be doing the trick this time
 
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We are going to try to conceive next month when our son turns one. It took two years to get pregnant with him so I am hoping that we get pregnant right away with our second child.
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