Hello everyone! Im 33 and excited that this will be my first month ntnp. My db and Ihave been together for a year both desperately want children, I always thought id have 3 by now! But neither of us were ever in the right relationship/situation until we were lucky enough to find each other. We were waiting to try until we finished remodeling our home and saved what I believed to be a safe amount of money (as I make more money and own a business, and don't want to have to worry) . But after believing I was pregnant last month and getting a bfn , we realized how disappointed we were and that we are both ready for this part of our lives... I am so so excited and so happy I found this board, can't wait to get to know everyone!
Kaleido, that's how I found myself here. When I wasn't pg I was disappointerld and at 30, in a brill relationship and v happy, I questioned why I wasn't FTC. Think the disappointment of bfn is an eye opener.
Yes joeybrooks it really was! Of coarse I knew I wanted children, but until I got that bfn I didn't realize how much I had been trying to block out and distract myself from how badley I wanted them now! And we both realized we were only waiting bc we each thought that's what the other wanted! Now we are both just walking around with smiles, we know it may not happen right away, but just knowing we are on that path is so exciting it really is a great feeling to share
Hi there Im 34 this August..and we are deciding if we will just throw in the towel and leave it in and see what happens or wait till one of the 2 are out of diapers or wait till one of the 2 are out of diapers and my oldest is moved out or what. .. we're not using protection and were not trying..so im not sure if im in the 30+ NTNP or what. Hard to decide what to do ...as I want to TTC a GIRL baby, and am afraid of TTC that it iwll be a boy. I know my cycles, so right at the peak of eggwhite cm then we will babydance, ugh, idk lol anyawys Im 34 soon. and possibly belong to this forum
OH and I decided a few months ago. I've had 2 periods since removal of the Mirena coil. They seem to be around 24 day cycles so far, used to be longer before. I too am worried I won't conceive having suffered severely painful periods since age 16 that have been attributed to endometriosis. Fingers crossed for us all! It's nice to hear many people saying similar things. I've finally met someone lovely who I want to have kids with, later than many people but hey, that's how life is I guess.
hi there , just noticed you had the mirena also have endo too , well thats me too . i have mirena now and have also fished a 6 month go on zoladax , i want my mirena out so much to ttc , but my husband keeps saying there is plenty of time ,
he really not understanding that my endo could grow back so soon , then im back to getting laps , more zoladax and maybe not concieving ever , xx
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