Hi everyone! My name is Penny. Husband and I married in April 2010. We have been ttc since October. We have had SA, HSG, and an ultrasound. Everything came out normal. The only thing that might be slowing us down is that I don't have a cycle every month. I fought the idea of joining a forum for awhile because I thought ttc was a personal issue and I didn't want to share it with anyone, but the longer it takes, the lonelier I feel. I guess it couldn't hurt to talk to some people about what I'm feeling.
I went to see a GYN to see if everything was normal because some family has been ttc for years. just wanted to know if there was some issue so we didn't try for years before finding out something was wrong much like my sisters.
My GYN recommended I try Clomid next cycle in order to superovulate and increase my chances since we never know when a cycle is going to happen. I know we haven't been trying all that long, but maybe it's worth a shot? In all honesty, I'm a little concerned by her enthusiasm for moving forward in the process. Maybe she just understands that some women can be impatient (and I definitely am, but I have not communicated that to her). But maybe she is having doubts about our ability to conceive too.
Thanks in advance to any replies. I am interested in shared thoughts on this. love and baby dust to all!
(Not sure how old you are) but if the woman is over 35 the fertility specialist likes to get started with treatment sooner rather than later, usually after 6 months... I have never tried clomid but I know lots of ladies on here have. GL!!
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