I have regular cycles and a constant 14 day LP. This is month 8 now, I'm so over TTC DH & I are 31 and healthy. I know you're not eligible for help until you've been ttc 12 months but has anyone else been to see their GP/doctor before hitting the 12 month mark?
I want to go but DH says that I'm getting ahead of myself. Has anyone else done this? I'm so fed up as is DH. We just want to start our family, why is TTC so hard thank you to anyone that replies and sending you all love & baby dust x x x
Have you tried temping, opk's, and checking your cm? If not I would say do that and when you do make a appointment and go you'll be that much father along on the process plus the temping and OPK's will confirm ovulation. Good Luck!
plus you could always go ahead and make a dr appointment anyway, right now my obgyn has like a 3 month waiting list to get into.
My doctor started me on Clomid about 5 months into trying. However, I've always had irregular periods, so we kind of figured there was no point in waiting. I really think it just depends on your doctor. We're now going on 10 months trying. Sigh.
I have been ttc for 8 months and pretty much fed up. I lied to the doc and said we had been ttc for 1 year so i could see a FS now. Turns out i couldnt get an appoint with a FS for over two months (which is next month) but i also had my prog checked last month and want OH to have a SA but he is reluctant to do that yet. I just got AF two days ago and spent yesterday at a family wedding surrounded by babies and preg women, to make it worse also had alot of "when will you have kids" question thrown at me.
It wouldnt hurt to see a GP now and have a blood test done 7 days after ovulating to see what ur hormone levels are. Good luck!
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