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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

How long should I wait before getting worried? And how do I know if it's me or my partner that has the problem?

Re: How long should I wait before getting worried? And how do I know if it's me or my partner that has the problem?

The Bump Expert

It’s pretty common to start obsessing after just a month or two of trying to conceive without success. You’ve spent so many years terrified of getting pregnant -- of course you'd assume it would happen within seconds of throwing out that last pill package. (Right?) And as you come to find out that's not quite the case, it's only natural to start jumping to conclusions. But, although it is actually harder to get knocked up than those high school sex ed classes would have you believe, you probably don't have much to worry about.

Most docs say you shouldn't worry until after an entire year of trying to conceive with no success. But, if it’s been nine months or so and you’re worried something’s wrong, don't hesitate to ask your OB to refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist (R.E.)for some tests. If there’s a physiological reason you’re not conceiving you can start exploring your options, and if the tests come back normal you can relax and keep at it. The one exception: If you’re over 35, you might want to visit a specialist after just six months of TTC. Fertility starts to decline at this point, and by discovering any problems early you can avoid wasting time.

Warning signs and red flags

Wondering if the reason things are taking so long have to do more with you or your partner? It's super common for women to blame themselves for fertility issues, but the truth is, about 35 to 40% of cases with infertility issues can be traced back to the man, another 35 to 40% can be traced to the woman, and the rest fall into a grey area mostly due to a combo of factors. The only way to know for sure is to meet with a Reproductive Endocronologist and both get tested. Still, there are some warning signs that could point you in the right direction, even before you see the doc.

Common causes of male infertility

If the problem lies with your guy, the most common culprit will be a sperm disorder -- such as low sperm count, slow sperm motility, or a deficiency in forward progression (the sperm's quality of movement). And any of these problems could be caused by a variety of factors. Here are some biggies to keep in mind, though:

- Age (His sperm count may not decrease, but it starts to lose motility around 40.)
- Immune problems (This can also impact motility and the sperm's ability to implant itself in your egg.)
- Weight issues (If your guy is underweight or overweight, it may be taking a toll on his sperm function.)
- STDs (Untreated STDs could impact sperm transportation, but this can be improved dramatically if he seeks treatment.)

Common causes of female infertility

In your case, there are (unfortunately) many more factors than can cause some bumps in the road on the way to having baby. Here are a few major ones that may be what's behind your fertility issues:

- Age (Even though this may not directly stand in your way of having a baby later in life, your egg count starts to significantly decline around 30 and may become a factor.)
Uterine Fibroids (About 80 percent of women in the U.S. have fibroid growths on their uterus, though in many cases they will not effect fertility at all. When they become problematic, however, you may need a surgery called a myomectomy.)
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) (PID is an infection which causes about 20 percent of its carriers to be infertile, but this can often be solved with treatment.)
- Scar Tissue/Adhesions (Scar tissue bands of fibrous material can cause blockages in the fallopian tubes, leading to fertility problems. This can be rectified with surgery, and in less-serious cases, abdominal massage.)
- Ovarian Cysts (These fluid-filled sacs can sometimes grow on the ovaries and prevent eggs from developing or being released. They can sometimes go away on their own, but when they don't, laproscopic surgery may be necessary.)
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) (About 1 in 10 women have PCOS, and it's the most common cause of infertility. Signs of PCOS include irregular periods, excess facial hair, acne, and obesity. But many of it's fertility-blocking symptoms can be eased with regular exercise, weight loss, and medication.)
-Irregular Periods (Irregular periods -- and therefore irregular ovulation -- account for about 30 percent of infertility cases. Some patients may see their periods return to normal with a diet and exercise regime, while others may need to turn to meds like Clomid to help out.)

If you've been struggling with fertility for some time, and either you or your partner have one or more of the above symptoms, speak with your OB about scheduling an appointment with an R.E. as soon as possible, to see if something more may be at play.

The Bump Editors

Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

I agree... We've actively been TTC since January. He's almost 30 and already has 2 sons, so I immediately thought, "well it can't be him..." Little did I know, my doc said, "not necessarily.." He told me that he wouldn't check either for infertility until we've been trying a year. He said 40% of the time it's the woman, 40% it's the man, and 20% its a combined factor. He told me and my husband to go away from all the stresses of everyday life and go on vacation and then it will happen. It's just hard to stop thinking about it because just when you do calm down, you run into someone and there's the question... "So when are y'all going to have a baby...?" And you're right back to square one. Good luck to all those TTC, and I wish you all the best! Maybe we'll all have something to celebrate soon!

Arndt1114 |

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I'm trying not to worry but...I'm 29 never been on any type of bith control, never been pregnant (during other seious relationships) and rarely get my period, my doc says "it's normal" it doesnt sound normal should i relax or is there something to worry about?

mzmchlle80@msn.com |

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I'm 27 and have always had very irregular periods. My doctor said this is normal, but there is a chance it may be difficult to conceive wen my husband and I start trying. I worry about it a little.

Lolo4283 |

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I'm 21 and my fiance and I are getting married next Feb. I've never been on birth control, but I haven't had a period in a year. I've recently started exercising more and eating healthier, thinking it's my weight that's the problem. I'm hoping it helps. I'm extremely terrified.

alyssamc06 |

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If you are worried your fertility is not 100%, you think you are not ovulating, or have irregular periods, I have heard that an herbal supplement known as Vitex (aka Chaste Berry) is used by women to help increase fertility, help the LH hormone induce ovulation, and regulate periods. My periods are incredibly irregular without BC so I will start using this soon to TTC. The bad part is it is sometimes hard to find (I bought a bottle at GNC). The good news is, it's not very pricey and it's organic so you don't have to worry about artificial crap in your body! But I would definitely recommend reading up on Vitex if you have fertility concerns. Good luck!

future_mrs.lambdin |

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I am 29 and I have been to many different doctors. I have not had a period for a year and two months and then I took provera to get my period. I am now on clomid. My husband and I have been trying for a year and 10 months. My doctor, who is with a top noch fertility clinic said that it is not good to not have a period for more than a few months. Also, my doctor said I need to get pregnant before I'm 30, because after that your body changes. Please think about this and talk to you doctor. Maybe you need a second opinion. One possibility is premature menopause. If you have this you actually stop making eggs. While this is VERY very rare it still happens and you need to be aware of what is going on with your body. Weight, diet, stress, genetics, and exercise can all play a role in not getting your period. However, if you have gone more than several months I would go to your doctor and ask why. Be persistent before its too late.

marcirubenstein |

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I would recommend using Clearblue Fertility Monitor for anyone with irregular periods. It is quite pricey but it's well worth every penny. It lets you know what days to pinpoint your ovulation even if you have irregular periods. Try it!

Arachely3 |

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You can go to the doctor to check for fertility issues after you have had unprotected sex atleast 2-3 times a week for a full year without getting pregnant.

Laurenashley0625 |

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I have been trying to get pregnany and stopped the pill at the beginning of september. I had been on the pill for ten years. My first cycle was 40 days and the period that I had, if you can call it that, was very very light. I am now on day 45 and no period and not pregnant. Anyone have any idea what is going on? Could this be side effects of long term birth control use?

Jen&Joe |

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I am in the same boat! I had been on the pill for 13 years and stopped taking them in July so that my husband and I could try to conceive. The first 2 months, I had no period, then I got one for a couple of days, then nothing for another month, then one for a few days again...I really don't know what is going on, other than my body trying to 'regulate' itself back to normal. I really wouldn't worry until a whole year of trying has passed. my doc said it could take at least 6 mos. to get the effects of birth control out of your system because of the long-term use. Good luck and don't get discouraged!

kennymurphy |

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I too have had problems with my period. It has been about a year since the last time I had it. I have been worried about my fertility since I've not had regular periods. I took the pill to regulate them about 10 years ago but got off it. I am 30 years old almost 31 starting to really panick.

magsstew |

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Just an fyi, vitex is contraindicated in pregnancy as there have been case reports of uterine stimulation. As with any herbal supplements, check with your physician prior to taking anything, particularly if you could be or are ttc.

sararubbelke |

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All women in my family and family in-law swear that birth control is what caused them delayed pregnacies. I am 25 and just started TTC a few days ago. I quit birth control when I was 21 only because I no longer had insurance to pay for it. It took ~2 years for my periods to return to normal. I truly believe birth control messed up my natural cycle -- I mean really, how can pumping yourself full of fake hormones be good for you??? Anyway, my situation may have been different than yours but I'm proud to say that I have had regular periods for 2 years now and am hoping all is well for a little surprise in our near future!! Just wait it out and your body will regulate itself, it's the way God intended :)

lmorris014 |

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I went to an RE for a fertility work up after six months of TTC (I was 32) since my periods felt different and I just knew something wasn't right. We decided to wait until the one year mark for further medical intervention (Clomid/IUI). It's so hard to be patient, but know your body and follow your instincts, the one year wait seemed arbitrary to me.

kthappy76 |

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Sometimes if you are coming off of birth control and you have long cycles and spotting, this can be your body reacting to having to produce it's own hormones again. Typically your body will either crank up the hormones when you go off the pill OR it will take several months for it to get back to normal. If you are really worried, go to a doc and they can do some tests to make sure you are ovulating and all is good.

xebra42 |

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I was on BC for about 4 months and just stopped last month...would using it such a short time cause a hault in my fertility? what do you guys think?

stbmrscorbin |

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i was on BC for almost 14 years, stopped last January. i'm 33 now (34 in March) and my cycles are pretty normal. I've realized i have a 27 day cycle, and my Lh surge is on day 12. But no pregnancy yet. I do think stress and the legnth of prescribed BC has a huge factor. I'm going to obgyn today. wish me luck and i'll post if i get any other info.

prettypisces |

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i have been ttc for almost 6 months now. my periods have never been regular. i am only 25 and healthy for the most part. i felt that it was too long, so i insisted my dr give me an ultrasound to check everything out. my ovaries show that i have pcos (polycistic ovarian syndrome). this can be the reason for the skipped periods, and can cause fertility issues. i will be starting on clomid soon. i'm praying that it only takes one try.

heids19 |

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It is worth seeing a doctor rather than continously "trying" to no avail. I have had HyCosy which showed my Fallopian tubes are obstructed due to adhesions caused by a burst appendix when I was 15 (15 years ago). An obstetrician has referred us onto an ivf specialist to know our options. No amount of "relaxing", or angel babies in the sky or "jinxing" myself as I was once told will effect our ability to conceive naturally.

ClaireJ79 |

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To Heids19: A good friend of mine had the same issue and she became pregnant after a month or two on clomid so keep your chin up:)

jessicandavies |

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My hubby and I have been trying I say in realty since october. I took myself off the pill last may and we started trying in July to learn that my periods were coming really irregularly. I went to my doctor who checked me out with a sonogram which turned out normal and blood work which came back fine. I'm now starting to have regular periods. I've just been getting so frustrated because this is something we want so bad. It's very hard to hear all of your friends say they are pregnant. I'm not sure if I should wait another few months and keep trying or have him and myself tested. Any opinions?

sparkle49 |

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I don't agree with waiting a year. I think after 6-7 mos of well-timed intercourse, it is obvious there is a problem to address. Tell the doctor you've been trying a year if you have to. I went in to get an infertility consult after 8mos ttc. Of course, they gave me a pregnancy test as part of the visit and it was positive! That would seem to indicate waiting a year might be good advice... BUT we were not doing well-timed intercourse. I was completely WRONG about when I thought I ovulated. It took 8 mos because we were doing it wrong. If you are ttc, know when you ovulate (opk, bbt, bw) and are not pregnant in 6 or 7 mos go see a doctor. If you're over 35, go after 2 or 3 mos. Why waste time?

missymomo |

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My husband and I have been TTC for about 6 months and no luck. I'm 32 and my husband is 25. When I stopped taking birth control my period was 28 days like clockwork and I ovulated at day 14, but as of last month my period is coming every 25 days and I ovulated on day 10. Not to mention my period is 30 hrs long. Does any of this sound normal?

bevbrent77 |

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I have lost over 150 pounds over the last few years, all to be able to safely carry a child, and now I haven't been able to conceive!! We've been trying for about six months, and if one more person tells me to "just relax" I feel as if I might just explode!! I'm dying here, I truly feel as if I NEED to be a mother!! I'm 28 and my husband is 37, and I truly am trying to relax and just enjoy the process!! I had his sperm tested and it's fine, so I'm trying to be more patient!!

NightmareWedding |

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My husband and I hade been having sex, unprotected and no birth control methods, for 5 years. To be honest we weren't TTC but we were sure something would slip up...nothing. I thought something was wrong with me or my husband. So he went and got a sperm and everything came back fine. I went for my annual test and my FSH was excellent but then I found out that I had an ovarian cyst. I must have cried my eyes out. I'm going to have it surgically removed and hopefully start a fresh. We've talked about TTC and I think my hubby needs a little bit more time. Can't wait!

mrssdvela |

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I'm 27 and trying to conceive after being on the pill for the last 9 years. Really excited about getting pregnant and hope it doesn't take too long to happen. Only stopped taking the pill about a month or so, but just praying that all goes well.

Pebbles82 |

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I'm not sure if I fit into this category or not so bear with me... My mom and sister both had a hard time getting prego and took them a few years. They have also had miscarriages and I'm even more worried that I won't be able to get prego. The hardest thing for me is that I went off the pill on Jan. 4th of this year and I got my period on Feb. 1st. Since then, I have not gotten my period. This is normal in my family since neither my mom or my sister had their period, therefore making it more difficult for them to get prego. What can I do? I have a good friend who's a nurse and she told me the ovulation calendars only work if you have your period, so what about those people who don't get their periods? Also, I realize it's only been a couple months but I'm just inquiring. I'm 28 but will be 29 in May and my hubby and I would like to have at least 2 kids, I worry it will take me too long to get prego, if at all and then I won't be able to be a good wife and give him what he wants. Please help.

mpayne |

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Me and my husband have been ttc for about 8months now, Im only 22 and my husband will be 24 at the end of may and no luck, we have taken ovulation test for the past 4 months and NO BABY! I have gone to the doctor and they keep saying wait for a x amount of time. I have seen two different doctors and both give different time frames. They both did blood work and ultrasounds and they turned out fine...so what is wrong with me! I feel like imma scream if one more person comes up and tell me they are pregnant...someone please tell me what to do

marandat889 |

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At this point my husband and I have been trying since January. I say January because I went off the pill after 7 years in November. I have normal cycles with normal flows, however after 5 months of TRYING, we are still not pregnant! I am starting to take the Ovulation tests just to make sure I know when is the best time to try. I am starting to get really worried and of course work is stressful, can that really keep me from getting pregnant? I have tried so many different techniques!! We were trying to keep up with sex every other day, I have read that sperm lives for up to 72 hours in the body and that having intercourse every other day ensured "a fresh supply" so to speak. But that hasn't worked either!! I want sooooo bad to be a mother and it just seems like everyone else is showing up pregnant without even trying!!! Had I known it was going to take so long I would have stopped after our wedding last June!! I am only 25 so what gives??

bookey06 |

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I have PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrom) which causes you not to ovulate due to low estrogen levels and high testosterone levels. My doctor put me on birth control to regulate my hormones and said not to go off of it unless I was trying to get pregnant. I recently stopped my last pill packet to TTC this summer but I am also concerned about getting my period normally again. I have been on the pill since I was about 20 years old and I am almost 28 so I am not sure if I will have regular periods again or not. I am wondering if any of you who are having irregular periods were ever tested for PCOS or asked the doctor about it because it can cause you to go months without a period sometimes.

jpupillo |

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My doctor said since I am under 30, wait 1 year. I am 29 have been on various types of BC including Depo for 10 years. I went off BC in Oct., but using condoms for a couple months. We started ttc in Jan. and got PG in April. Keep the faith, and pray all the time.

josettegables |

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My husband and I have been TTC for 4 months now with no luck so far. I have been off of any form of birth control (other than condoms) for 4 years now and I am a little concerned that there may be fertility issues. My periods are regular when there is no stress in my life. Last month I thought I was pregnant because my BBT kept rising at the end of the month and my breasts hurt really bad. i was also hot all of the time. When should I go see a doctor??

NicoleMarieB |

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I was on BC for 10 years and got off it in September. It's been 9 months and my periods are still so irregular. I have had 4 regular full periods and then just random spotting whenever my body wants. My last period was the beginning of march so I finally went to see my OB and we checked all my bloodwork and that was all normal. He then started me on Provera to jump start my period again and then on the third day of my cycle I was to start Clomid. So I took the provera for 7 days and the 8th day I started having dark brown spotting. Finally on the 5th day of my spotting I asked my doctor if I should consider this my cycle and he said to just go ahead and start the clomid. I took the clomid for 5 days and on the very last day of my clomid I started a real period...GRRRR so frustrating!!! My body is so messed up and I swear it's from taking that BC for soooo long. So I did have a normal 6 day period but now I am just crossing my fingers that I ovulate and if not that my body at least starts a period on it's own when it should.....if not then it looks like it's back to the Provera :/

jmweber |

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I went of BC in September, a month before getting married. My husband and I started ttc on our wedding night in October. It has been 8 months and nothing yet. My periods range from 26 days to 31 days so it's hard to tell when its a good time to have sex. I do need to mention that I have three beautiful boys already but my husband has not children of his own. I know I can get pregnant as I've done it before. I just worry that there may be something wrong now. I'm 31 and he's 35. We aren't in a big hurry but I feel like it should have happend already.

aballein |

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I know that I'm in no position (financially) to have children, but I'm 27 and haven't been on birth control in over six years. My partner and I rarely use condoms and although we rarely (please excuse the vulgarity) finish inside, he has more and more, and unlike all of my idiot, underaged cousins, we haven't had an "accident". I can't help but to want a child, more these days considering I'm an only child and my parents are only getting older. I want them to see the product of their only product... I like to think that it's "God's plan" but the body wants what it wants and I'm starting to get impatient... Whoo, that's a rant that I've never been able to share with the public!

gigemchick06 |

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I'm 36 and i've been off the pill since December. The second i got off the pill i was super regular (26 days in average) which made me really hopeful. We've been TTC ever since (8 months) with no success... I'm starting to worry a little bit... I take Fertility Aid, Fertility CM as well as an Omega 3 supplement. We have sex every month at least 2-3 days before ovulation, and 2-3 days after, only use pre-seed as a lubricant... Should i consult my doctor about fertility problems yet?

zazasmith |

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My husband and i have been ttc since we got married last may. I have never been on any form of BC and still nothing.......i went into the doctors after ttc for 10 months and i got a ultasound and the found some cyst on my overies and that it. she said evry thing else looks really good so i have gone on many cleanses so get rid of the cyst my piriods are normal and I feel like I have tryed evrything I have wanted to have kids as long as I can remember and I dont know what to do we have un protected sex about evryother day i have all the signs of ovulating so I dont knoe what the deal is please help me

ShaylaH20 |

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and im only 20 my mom and my sister never had any problems getting pregnant and my husband already has kids so I know its me with the problem

ShaylaH20 |

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angel1795 |

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I know the rule of thumb is a year. However I didn't wait as long. I'm 23 and sensed a problem quite early. After only a couple of months of TTC, I went 65 days without a period and went to my gyno. Both my husband and I were tested. I found out I wasn't ovulating and am being directed to a fertility specialist. In my opinion, if you sense a problem before a year of trying I'd raise your concern with the Dr or gyno. It doesn't hurt to at least ask right!?

MrsManes |

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It seems that it's more normal than I had thought. My hubby and I are both 25 and healthy, TTC month #6 starts today. I keep reading that it takes 6-12 months, but it seems like such a long time. It doesn't help that everyone around me is getting pregnant without trying. And every month I have to go through the agony or baby dancing and disappointment. This month I'm really getting serious, diet, supplements, more baby dancing, charting, and lots of OPKs. Every time I take an OPK, it's negative, which is concerning. I think I will wait until month #8 to call my GYN. If I go sooner, I know what my Dr will say, "Just keep trying, and stop stressing!"

bellaskg |

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i stopped taking birth control in Feb 2009, as my husband and I decided we were ready for children. I have always had irregular cycles, but i thouhgt that the years of being regular on bc would work in my favor. I spent the majority of 2009 with no period. When January of this year came along, i finally got my period and everything seemed normal. Unfortunately, i was wrong. I was tested for PCOS and it came back negative. Next thing I know, I am getting my period for 20 days straight, very heavy, with lots of clotting. This has been going on periodically for months. I have now reached the point, where I've had a heavy period for almost 40 days. I have an appt with my gyn next week, so hopefully we can figure something out. My husband and I really want to have a baby. This will be our first. It kind of sux when 5 of my friends have gotten pregnant in the last year... I guess i have to try and remain optimistic.

ejahandjs |

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My doctor says not to worry for about a year. She has been trying for almost a year as well. She said that best advice is to try and enjoy this time and not stress. She said to come in around 9 months of TTC if I really feel stressed. We have been trying for 3 months.

hjkickstand |

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I get my period every 29 days. I have charted my temperature and cervical fluid. I use the ovulation tests every month and have taken the other test that tells you if you actually dropped an egg. It seems like my life has become all about charts and peeing on things. Still no baby though. I've been to the doctor and she said everything looks good but it's been a year since I had a miscarriage and I'm still not pregnant again. I'm frustrated and no one else (doctor or DH) seems to think there's any issue. I feel like I am in this boat alone and no one gets how upset I am that it's not happening. Meanwhile, everyone else I know had gotten pregnant. Several were planned pregnancies but two were "oopses." How is that fair?! Am I crazy to worry as much as much as I do if my doctor isn't worried?

chrisandgrant |

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I am 20 years old. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 1 year and nothing has happened. It is quite discouraging. We just got the news that he getting deployed next summer. So we decided to get pregnant before he leaves. We have an appointment on Monday, hoping they can figure out the problem so we can complete our family before he deploys.

lizkreutzer08 |

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They say to try for a year unless you suspect an underlying issue or you are over age 35 (in which case you can try for six months and then see a doctor). However, I read it is perfectly normal for it to take up to a year, as many people do not time sex well and there is only a 30% chance of pregnancy each month even when its timed correctly and you do everything perfectly. I'm 29 and discontinued birth control a year ago and have been trying to conceive since then. Still no success. I've always had really painful, debilitating and occasionally irregular periods and am afraid this has something to do with it. I probably should have gone to see a specialist months ago considering this. I finally called a fertility specialist a few weeks ago and made an appointment for next month. I am doing a blood test in a few days to see if my egg quality is okay. I'm really scared about what he might tell me. I don't know how long my journey will be but I am already feeling the psychological effects of it--I wish everybody out there who is struggling to conceive a child much strength, hope and luck.

ginamosh19 |

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I am 28 I was on the pill for 10 years when I stopped taking it took me 8 months to get pregnant with my son. After giving birth to my son I had the iud put in and I had my period every once in awhile. I have had my iud out for about two months hoping we conceive soon. Good luck everyone in Ur baby making efforts

22kirsten22 |

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I find this to be a very loaded question, when someone should start worrying is based on each person's biology (IMO). If there is a preexisting medical issues, then they shoud be worried from day one. If there is no history of problems and they have been trying for at least 6 months, again they should be worried. Although getting pregnant is not as easy as we would all like to believe, it should not take 6 to 12 months to get pregnant, especially if the couple has been having sex at the right times of the month.

Sheron720 |

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My opinion is no matter your age, talk to your doctor after 6 months of trying. I'm 29 years old, my husband is 30. We've been TTC for 9 months without success. At my yearly checkup I mentioned we've been trying for 9 months. I appeared to be otherwise healthy but doc did a few simple blood tests to check hormone levels on me and an ultrasound, and recommended my husband get a semen analysis done since we both appear to be healthy people and I've always had regular periods, etc. Well, turns out his sperm count is very low which is most likely why we haven't had success. I wish we would have checked this stuff sooner now because I feel like we've wasted months away that we could have started addressing the issue sooner. I guess my gut told me something had to be wrong and sure enough I was right. So don't waste your time...get yourself and hubby checked after 6 months of TTC.Good luck to all TTC!!

winkie26 |

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I am worried and I have only been trying 2 weeks! Type A personality i guess! LOL

jenweber03 |

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I am very worried as well. I am 30 and hubby is 35. I am fit, active, happy, and generally healthy. Hubby is a little chunky (but cute and sweet!). We have been TTC for 6 months using OPK's and charting without success. I'm wondering if we should get checked out, but even then I'm not sure I want to hear the answer :(

MissMusic |

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Getting pregnant after 35 may be more difficult than at age 25, but it’s not necessarily impossible.With the increasing age the quality of the eggs that a mother ovulates decreases.Besides the ovaries being less likely to produce mature eggs for ovulation, age also increases the chances of genetic problems. This is the reason for the increased risk of Down Syndrome babies in women over age 35. Fertility treatment success also decreases with age, specifically if the couple uses the woman’s eggs (as opposed to donor eggs). The sooner you get help, the better your chances of treatment success. Infertility is a couple’s inability to conceive a child after 12 months of unprotected sex. So if you are trying for over a year and your age is also on the higher side it is better you start consulting a fertility expert ASAP. For the experts help you can loin at http://www.iwannagetpregnant.com http://www.iwannagetpregnant.com/surrogacy.asp

woodyanita |

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Im twenty six and my husbands 33. we've been together for six years and we've never used protection though we haven't activley been ttc till may 10, ive been told not to worry but i do have chronic ovarian cycts and an inverted cervix. its driving me crazy and im so stressed out. i just wanna grab my doctor and give him a shake to do something.

beubie123 |

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I used to have irregular periods until I got on birth control. I was only on birth control for about 8 months and quit back in November. I've been very regular ever since. My husband and I have unprotected sex at least 4-5 times a week and we still haven't gotten pregnant. I know it hasnt been that long, but I'm a little worried.

AnnieMae19 |

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this might be a dumb question. but can you get pregnant without a normal cycle like a month you don't have a period is it possible to get pregnant??

tawnyholmquist |

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I had a MC in Dec 2008 and got pregnant 2 weeks later and had my son 10/7/09. We have been trying now for at least 6 months for #2 using Clear Blue Ovulation kits and nothing. I have very regular periods and ovulations. Last month I had sever pain in my cervix and ran out of the 7 day ovulation sticks, so was unclear if I had ovulated. I made a Dr. Appt and found out I never ovulated and now I start Clomid today. My last pregnancy was high risk due to age, pre-clamsia and cholostasis of pregnancy. My new Dr. put me on Clomid right away. Here is to hoping for #2!!!

TDJV |

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My husband and I were trying for four months and I just had a bad feeling about things so I went to my dr. then an RE. I toild them we had been trying for a year in case they woulnd take us. We had really been trying for four months and i was getting positive ovulation sticks so we were timing it right. Turns out my DH has some bad sperm counts. The testing on him and I took almost 3months. We are now on month 8 and having our 1st IUI tomorrow. My advice is go when you feel you need to. Lie if you have to about how long you have been trying. I am so greatful that we are going through all this now and not 7 months from now.

jamisoncondie |

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I've been on here and babycenter and both say give it a year bf you get worried. So thats what I'm going to do! Not that I don't get so upset every month that I'm not pregnant but when aunt flo starts I do something for myself, like eat a big desert or go to a movie. Something to splurge on and not feel guilty, I deserve it. Stress is bad for fertility so I try to keep it low-hard but I try. I take Fertile Bounty to help with fertility bc it is all natural, and good for me so that makes me feel more positive as well. Drs say dont' worry so I'm trying not to worry!

KeepTrying123 |

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I'm 19 and my DH is 22. I've never been on birth control and this is our second unfortunate month of me getting my period.. I'm extremely disappointed. How is it so easy for some people??

laurenhedges |

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I went to the gyno and she told me that birth control has nothing to do with anything. That some people get pregnant right after getting off of it and some don't but that it is not the factor that keeps you from getting pregnant. I have been off birth control for four months and have been trying to concieve for 3 and still nothing...I even have the symptoms that I am about to start my period soon...SUCKS!

chiaracates |

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I'm only 21 and have been married for almost 2 years now. I was put on the pill in high school due to irregular periods which I feel was more of a 'quick fix' than anything else. I've been off of them sporadically and I've never gotten pregnant. Recently after a lot of pain over the years and a few ultrasounds in the past 6 months they believe I may have Endometriosis and I'm on a wait list for surgery. I've gone off of my pills for almost 3 months now because my husband and I really have been wanting a baby anyways but I'm really worried that because I've been off pills before and nothing has happened nothing will continue to happen....especially because I've already reverted back to being irregular with my period.... I'm thinking the only thing to do is wait it out until after the surgery and see what happens... I'm scared to death that I might actually not be able to have kids and I'm only 21...

AdriaTM |

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Actually you know what upsets me most? There are so many people out there just popping out kids in horrible situations that don't even deserve to raise a child. Then when you're a couple who is actually in a good setting for children with a lot of love that both of you want to give...THOSE are the people that are having trouble.....the drug addict girl down the street is freaking out getting an abortion, and the nice young couple is scared that maybe it'll never happen....life just isn't fair.

AdriaTM |

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It's so hard to pin down any one reason. The egg only has an unfertilized lifespan of 12 - 48 hours, so maybe some of us have short lived eggs and have to hit the ovulation date exactly in order to conceive. Weight is not necessarily a problem for everyone, I am 220 lbs (albeit a broad, somewhat muscular 220) and I have regular periods. My husband and I have been TTC for just one cycle (and it was the first one off the bc, so I didn't expect to have the timing right anyways) but we'll be giving it another go this month. I said, we'd try things naturally for a few cycles, if nothing happens that way I'd try testing my fertility with LH detectors, and if I'm ovulating normally and still nothing, he'll have to go see a fertility doc to make sure his swimmers are up to the task. There are a lot of factors I've read about - just stressing about making a baby can prevent you from actually doing it!

Adria, I agree with you completely. I've spent my whole fertile life preventing pregnancy until I was married and a homeowner with a stable job before trying, and nearly everyone I know got pregnant by accident. It's frustrating to think it might take me months to get pregnant when I'm ready. But, hopefully things were out for me, and everyone else on here.

JennVB |

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1 year.

KMcMillan88 |

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My husband and I have been using the clear blue easy digital fertility monitor for a while now. We miscarried last Nov. and have just started TTC again. I had continued using the monitor and I was having regular periods and ovulation days, but according to the monitor I have not ovulated since April. I'm still getting regular periods. Should I be worried?

jjvs234 |

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Women's intuition- seriously. My husband and I stopped BC pills and had only been trying 4 months, and for the last 3 months of that time I had no period. I was so frustrated, I made an appt with my OB based on no period and TTC. She did some blood work and an US, and found out I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, as well as hypothyroid. I got started on metformin right away, along with a thyroid medication. Our Dr also recommended ovulation induction medication, which we are planning to start in the next couple of months. I am so thankful I went in when I did, and did not waste any more months waiting. Everyone is different, so if you have concerns it doesn't hurt to go in sooner and hopefully get some answers. Good luck everyone!!

JessieK626 |

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I am 32, and have never used the pill. We use the rythm birth control and now, my husband and I started seriously trying to conceive for three months and nothing. I have always have regular 28 day periods. Should I worry?

trinipinto |

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I am 34 and my husband is 35, we have only been trying for 4 months, no luck. I have not been on BC for over 6 years and according to my doc I am in good health. We have- lost the lube, have sex every other day after my period, tilt my pelvis, take colic acid, drinking plenty of h2o, getting plenty of sleep, he is wearing boxers and we both avoid hot showers tubs or baths.... I did not have a period in June and we thought maybe we were pregnant, but nothing happened. My last period was in may..nothing in June... And then i just started today (July).... My doc prescribed promethium in June to kickstart a cycle, but it made my arms go numb...so I had to quit taking it after only 3 days. Any suggestions? Help?

ktaylorMC |

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My doctor said if we try for a year and don't get pregnant, then we should do some testing. We have been trying for 13.5 months now and have had one miscarriage. Every month that I get my period, I am more and more discouraged, not to mention still trying to deal with the grief of losing our first baby...

Future Mrs. Calle |

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My husband and I are early 30's, healthy and fit. I had been on birth control for 13 years, and seemed to resume my periods pretty normally after going off the pill and trying to conceive. I started worrying about fertility issues at month 6. In hindsight, this may have been a little early in my case, but I just felt that I wanted to be proactive and not waste a lot of time in case there was something wrong. After several tests (semen analysis, blood tests, HSG), the fertility specialist determined that everything was normal. We decided to continue trying and my husband and I mutually agreed to start the combo of fertility drugs (clomid) with IUI after month 12 (if we werent pregnant by then). We ended up getting pregnant unassisted in month #10. I am now 16 weeks along. I know it can be discouraging to have a negative result month after month and just wanted to share my story-- everyone has different experiences with trying to get pregnant, and there is no one path. I sincerely wish you the best of luck in your fertility journey!

JillBill3 |

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Dont worry guyzi have had one child and tried for second for three years i am now 13wks pregnant and excited but dont give up hope it can happen even after years of trying i got pregnant right after i stopped careing about getting pregnanat

kjefferson13 |

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I wouldn't recommend waiting a whole year but I wouldn't panic either. I was diagnosed with PCOS at 17 and have known since then I would have fertility issues. I got married in Jan ths year and around that time stopped taking B.C. I had taken it since I was diagnosed for treatment and had taken it long enough it wasn't working anymore. I've had other health problems and all my various specialists agree I need to have my kids before 25. As soon as I saw my gyno (she diagnosed me with PCOS as soon as I started seeing her just for a regular well woman exam) for a pre-conception check-up she wanted to start me on clomid. Knowing starting out has made it all just a little less stressful for me since I've had so long to process it before the emotions of actually trying. On a side note to those comments about Chastetree berry: it works by lowering testerone. I've taken it in the past along with other supplements and it helped a lot with having regular periods and PMS symptoms even after being off B.C. While it's not safe to take during pregnancy it's safe up to pregnancy. Other herbs like feverfew (great for migraines) have to be stopped some time before hand to allow time for the body to get rid of it.

Mizuiro007 |

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a couple of weeks ago i tried an ovulation kit, you pee on a stick that looks like a pregnancy test until your line is a bright pink like the reference line. it really does work cause my line was bright pink and i knew i was ovulating due to really bad cramps. i would recommend this to anybody.

alysha822 |

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My husband and I have been trying for about a year. He's 24 and I'm 21. We have conceived 3 times. But it always ends in a miscarriage. Ive tried ovulation calendars, keeping up with my cervical mucus,taking prenatal vitamins,not drinking,and nothing seems to work. We are going to a fertility specialist next week. Does anyone else experience this trouble??

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this is very informative "But, if it’s been nine months or so and you’re worried something’s wrong, don't hesitate to ask your OB to refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist (R.E.)for some tests. If there’s a physiological reason you’re not conceiving you can start exploring your options, and if the tests come back normal you can relax and keep at it." thanks for sharing... background check

Apollosan11 |

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Hello, i've been trying for two months but am really paranoid. I had a c-section in March to remove a 3x 10-12inch cysts. i'm 30 in March and had a termination when i was 19. Tho i do have regular normal/heavy periods ((sorry if graphic but were all girls)) I don't get the same discharge as the two women above...i seem very mucasy for a week before. I was told this was ovulating but am now not sure....i've never felt this way about having a baby before, that clock is really ticking at me. It's driving me nuts and i'm horrible to my husband!!!!! Do i need to wind my neck in or should i consult a doctor??

kitkat1520 |

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Im 23 years old and haven't had a period in 1 year and a few months and really want to get pregnant . My husband and I have been married for a little over 2 years and have been trying I feel really down about this but just dont have the budget to go to the doc as much as I need too what do I do?????

jena2009 |

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over a year

Mrrich85 |

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I am 26 and my partner is 29 we have been having unprotected sex for about 11 months now. We haven't been TTC but I have been tracking my cycle. Do you think it could be that I am just not tracking my cycle right? I am getting worried we want a baby and want to start trying on the days for conception.

Mrrich85 |

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We have been try for 10 months and I am trying not to worry but I am any ways

bubblez2818 |

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My fiance and I have been TTC for quite some time now and nothing has happend.I went to my Gyn and she told me that usually when a couple has been TTC for 12 months or more they should consider taking a futher look into contacting a fertility specialist. At my last visit I had a Fertility work up.....basically they tested my endocrine system i.e hormone levels and based on the results I was told I have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS and it means I'm not ovulating properly or at all. I am still undergoing testing to find out more information :( Best of luck to you and your partner and if you think something is wrong talk to your Gyno.

EileenD519 |

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I am 35 and I suffered with infertility all my life. I have been in few relationships over the years w/men whom had children so I knew the problem was me. I went thru several infertility tests and there were exactly no answers. I became content with the fact I would never conceive a child once I got in my 30's and I was okay with that. Well I began a relationship with my current boyfriend whom has 2 children from a previous relationshp and 2 1/2 years into our relationship in October 2011 we were advised by a friend whom is a physician to take Centrum Silver (for people 50+) for the fatigue we were both feeling. We both began taking the vitamins along with and additional B-12 vitamin (I had also started working out by the way) after taking these vitamins once daily for about 2 months I found out I was pregnant with my first child :) I am now 7 months along with my daughter Bianca. I know those vitamins are what helped me get pregnant. My advive Don't smoke, eat right, work out and get you and your spouse on some high powered vitamins THEY WORK!!! Good Luck.

BeezMommy |

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After a year of trying, being of BC and tracking my cycles. We attempted to get tested. Turns out I am completley healthy Im 26. My husband is 36. His tests were good too. Sperm count was only like 60%, but the doctors said it doesnt matter. They said we would still conceive and some couples just take longer. But its been almost 2 years now!! I've been using OPK's. Taking my pre-natal vitamins. He quit smoking. But he drink a few times a week, and its like 10 drinka night. PLus he s a little overweight. But the doctors didnt say nothing about that!! I dont know what to do. I cant tell him what to do. Even tho he says he wants a baby, it doesnt seem like hes trying very hard!!! What should I do? I dont want to blame my husband/. LOSING HOPE, PLEASE HELP!!!

chachadeamor |

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I wouldn't worry too much about the drinking. Although it would be good for him to cut back...my husband regularly and often is a beer drinker and I had no problem conceiving either of my 2 children, and I was 35 with the 1st and 37 with the 2nd. And when we first started ttc I had just come off the pill that I'd been on for 17 years. I got PG in 2 months with my 1st and then 2 months with my 2nd. Now that I'm almost 40 however, I'm having an anovulatory cycle, and even though my Doc says my eggs are good, you can't get PG when you're not ovulating, so it is a waiting game now.

Camille417 |

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I heard that foods, like oysters or almonds, that contain a lot of zinc help with fertility.

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mandy_col |

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Well I'm new to this site, but I really need answers. Me and my husband have been trying for 4 years. Around the time I developed a cyst on my left ovary. I went to the doctor and they said it would just go away. I haven't had anymore pain there since, but I can't seem to get pregnant. No birth control, no condoms, and still no baby. I'm afraid to go to the doctor, because I'm afraid they will tell me I can't. Help?

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I wouldn't worry to much. After a year try seeing a doctor. I've been trying for eight years and nothing. I've just about lost hope.

Lynetye2012 |

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My partner is 53 yrs and I am 30.we have bin trying to get pregnant for 2 months now but to no avail,what do I do and I am worried as a woman.pls hepl me.thank u

Folmeerah |

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Hello, I've had irregular periods since middle school I've gone to a doctor several times and they said everything is normal. My last period was last mothers day, I'm trying to conceive a baby but it's beginning to become stressful, I'm scared and really sad. I don't know what to do please help.

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lmoulton30 |

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My husband and i are trying for a baby..i got off the pill in januaray since i have been on it almost 10 years...i am 31 and my husband is 27 we have been trying the ovulation calender method trying to get pregnant on the days it says i am fertile..but no luck we have been trying for almost 4 months...recently i went on a website called cafemom and i sent a picture to a person who says they are a phyic and she said to get pregnant i will need something for the baby to stick since i guess the egg wont stick inside me without help...not sure to belive her since she may not be real and well i am getting up there in age and would love to have one or to babies..yea i know everyone around me is having babies or getting pregnant, so i ask myself how come i can not get pregnant. my period last 5 days and the a regular...well i guess we will see next month will be a 1 year wedding anniversary.

lmoulton30 |

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We tried for 6 years, even though my periods were completely normal and always have been, besides really strong cramping. We went to a trusted OB who even sent us to a specialist. We tried several rounds of Clomid, which didn't work. I was put on Parlodel due to my high Prolactin levels, which we fixed, but I had to stay on it and we still weren't pregnant. He sent us to a specialist who tried to force us to do in vitro, which we don't do because of our religion. After a few years of waiting and getting nowhere we went to a doctor who specializes in the Creighton Model. He found that my estrogen and progesterone were way off. So even if I had done in vitro, my body wouldn't have sustained the pregnancy due to my progesterone levels. This doctor worked on fixing all of the hormonal imbalances, which my other OB refused to even test (he said, "we don't do that here), and after 1 1/2 years we were pregnant. It took a while, but the HCG injections did wonders. He thinks I might have endometriosis, which is why it took so long even with injections, but we hope to have several more children, so having them close together (which helps endometriosis) would be ideal for us anyhow. Highly recommend the Creighton Model! We were at the end of our rope, but it finally did the trick.

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I work in reproductive endocrinology and infertility is defined as the absence of pregnancy if you have been having sex regularly, without birth control, for a period of one year. If you have been trying for a year and have not conceived, time to see a specialist.

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

My name is Camille bruno Valdez my partner and I have been trying for a baby for over two years now, We were going to a fertility clinic for about 5 months before somebody told us to contact this spell caster who is so powerful, We contacted him at this email; arewaspecialistttemple@gmail.com , for him to help us, then we told him our problem, he told us that we will either conceive in February 2014 or March 2014,but after two years of trying we were at a point where we were willing to try anything. And I'm glad we came to Dr Dahiru, Because his pregnancy spell cast put us at ease, and I honestly believe him, and his gods really helped us as well, I am thankful for all he has done. contact him via email: arewaspecialistttemple@gmail.com if you are trying to get a baby or want your lover back. he has powers to do it, he has done mine,

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Q&A: When to start worrying about fertility issues?

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