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Old Oct 5th, 2016, 13:22 PM   461
smurphy90
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Hi everyone! DH and I have just begun our transition plan between WTT and TTC. We plan to get to TTC in about 9-12 months.

I have PCOS and have completely absent menstrual cycles. I have only had one since December 2014 (yes, FOURTEEN) and I'm pretty sure it was anovulatory. Because we might need to do a lot of work to get PG, we are starting the transition now. Firstly, I hope to get my cycles back in the next 3 months. Until then, we are not preventing; if I get PG, that's totally fine and awesome. If I get cycles, our transition will look something like this: Prevent with condoms for the next 3-6 months, prevent only using charting from month 6-9, NTNP months 9-12, and TTC in month 12.

Glad to have found a place where I think people will understand our chosen plan.



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Old Oct 19th, 2016, 15:18 PM   462
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Hi! Im 22, married and going thru the excruciating period of WTT for #1!!! Cant wait, wish we could just go for it now. Good luck to all my WTT ladies.



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Old Mar 11th, 2017, 07:50 AM   463
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Hi everyone! DH and I have just begun our transition plan between WTT and TTC. We plan to get to TTC in about 9-12 months.

I have PCOS and have completely absent menstrual cycles. I have only had one since December 2014 (yes, FOURTEEN) and I'm pretty sure it was anovulatory. Because we might need to do a lot of work to get PG, we are starting the transition now. Firstly, I hope to get my cycles back in the next 3 months. Until then, we are not preventing; if I get PG, that's totally fine and awesome. If I get cycles, our transition will look something like this: Prevent with condoms for the next 3-6 months, prevent only using charting from month 6-9, NTNP months 9-12, and TTC in month 12.

Glad to have found a place where I think people will understand our chosen plan.
Hey, good job on choosing the plan, best of luck to you and I hope it all works out for you!



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2017, 03:12 AM   464
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WTT June 2017


Hi everyone,

I am new to this so apologies if I get all the abbreviations wrong! Just discovering the world of support out there for ladies in the same position as me. Quick introduction, I am 30 years old married 18 months and been with DH for 11 years, we met as freshers at University.

Original plan post wedding was to start TTC 1 year later but then slight change of circumstances (I bought a horse) meant putting on hold for a while to enjoy married life as it is. Now broodiness has kicked in fully and we feel ready (well I do he was ready months ago) but we are WTT until June as trying to clear the last of credit card debt off first and ensure we are in best financial position possible. We both have good jobs and have 3 bed house so that is all in order. Now just the last bit of waiting game and is become increasingly harder to be sensible!

Had coil removed 1 month ago and have been using condoms since as part of the plan, had short AF immediately after removal (lasted 3 days) and just had another one the same length so hoping my body is starting to settle into 'normality' after 13 years on contraception!

Just wanting to chat with ladies in similar position and hoping that can get the timing right when we start TTC so that I click a Christmas off work on maternity (joys of working in retail!lol) although that is the would be nice list, a BFP is all I want really whenever it decides to come after June xxx



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Old May 17th, 2017, 11:09 AM   465
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Hi everyone. I'm very new so thought I'd pop in and introduce myself. I'm 19 and have been with my boyfriend for 3 years. We haven't set a time to start trying yet, it's more like a list of things that need done first. We're down to 2 left with a 3rd we'd love to do but are okay with not, and based on those it's looking like 2018 or 2019 will be the best time to start trying.

I've had some serious baby fever for the last year or so and he's ready to go but now would be a terrible time to get pregnant due to financial things, having a roommate, etc. I work at a daycare and contrary to what everybody tells me being around children all day does not in fact make me want one of my own any less, but I'm working on convincing myself I can get my baby/little kid fix there and be patient.

Anyway I'd love to chat with you guys and good luck to everyone waiting with me.



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Old May 28th, 2017, 01:36 AM   466
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Confused when to start


Hi everyone! I'm also WTT, I'm 28 yrs old, planning to TTC#1

I'm unsure if to wait until after I return from holiday (6.5hrs flight) in Sept before I start TTC?
Or continue to TTC? If I were to try in Aug and got it with luck, gonna be 7-8 wks pregnant when I go for travel that time, isn't it gonna be dangerous and tiring if we had not passed the 1st trimester yet?



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Old Feb 12th, 2018, 02:42 AM   467
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Hey everyone!
I'm new as well. will be 30 years old in March, my husband is 35 - we've been together for 12 years and here we are WTT or more like almost TTC. We haven't used condoms since middle of this cycle, but we missed the ovulation. I suffer of Hypothyroidism and possible endometriosis, with irregular cycles 23-32 day and ovulation whenever. I use OPKs and BBT, keeping track on Fertility Friend *got a link to my chart in siggy below.

Hope to hear more from you. Glad to be here!



 
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Old Mar 3rd, 2018, 11:50 AM   468
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Hey everyone! I am so excited to have found a place for me!

The SO (29M) and me (26F) have been together around a year. We plan to legally marry in the fall and begin TTC shortly thereafter.

As some preliminary background, I'm currently living in Ohio working as a lobbyist while the SO is in Chicago wrapping up his medical residency program. We intend to close the gap this October and proceed with a legal marriage due to his visa status/citizenship (he's Canadian on a J1).

Since we intend to TTC in either the fall of 2018 or beginning of 2019, I was wondering if any of you ladies have some advice for me. I've had my IUD
(Mirena) for about a decade and have concerns about our timeline/ability to conceive after removal. I have done some preliminary research on this topic and most responses are along the lines that it is highly dependent on your body and other factors. However, I am INCREDIBLY confused about the beginning stages of TTC. I'm not sure if it's because I am a n00b who is unfamiliar with the lingo or what but I am beyond lost.

We *may* also utilize NFP once we are married. So my biggest question is this: If we are interested in NFP once married (due to our religious ceremony), when would be the best time for me to remove my IUD to regulate and begin tracking? I was thinking sometime in the near future to give us time (apart) where I can regulate and begin to track my cycles prior to closing the gap/marriage.

Any advice, links, or tidbits are welcomed!!!!!



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Old Apr 6th, 2018, 12:34 PM   469
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I have to wait too long.


Hello,

I am 20 years old but quite mature for my age. Me and my partner have been together for 3 years and have just brought a house together (big enough for a family). We have both agreed we are ready to have children, physically and mentally. The problem is i started university to get my QTS and I am not working.

My broodiness is off the scale and it is getting me quite down to think i have to wait 3 years before i can even start trying to conceive. I am worried that i wont be able to get pregnant; both my mum and his mum struggled to conceive and both had multiple miscarriages. I want to be a young mum and see me children grow up and have their own.

Every time my partner and I talk about having children he agrees he is ready too. This makes me hurt more because i know he is going to be a brilliant Dad. I know once i have my degree and found a job i will be a better position money wise to look after a child. This doesn't stop the pain of wanting a child.

Any advise x



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Old Apr 30th, 2018, 12:14 PM   470
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Hi I have been broody for many years. Im 27 been with the mr for nearly 2 years.Finally found the Mr right and now we have a plan.
I have health issues so ttc depends on what my doctors say as to if it happens in September or January. I'm counting down to January 2019 8 months and I'm so excited I can't cope.
This has always been just a dream and now that dream is finally coming true.



 
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