I'm gonna stick with my screen name as my name (Yoshy) cuz its based on my hubby's nickname with his family, and because most people don't know we're TTC, I'd like to keep things semi-private since this is the Internet afterall, and theoretically anyone can see the forums.
That said, I'm 27, DH is 30, we live in Israel, and have been married 8 months tomorrow and TTC since we got married.
Officially I'm not charting or checking things this month, and we're just having lots of sex, like Dani, but I did notice when I ovulated this month (Wednesday afternoon), and practically jumped my husband that night... Hehe
I have PCO, but thank goodness, it doesn't seem to effect my ovulation; so far I've just not managed to get a BFP since we've been trying.
I'm really grateful for this forum, and feel like I'm finally finding kindred spirits who understand what I'm going through :-)
My best friend and another close friend are incredibly supportive, but both already have three kids each, and have no problem conceiving when they want to, so they don't really understand.
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