Hi there, This is my first post. I hope someone can give me their opinion. I've been seeing the same GP for the last 8 months. At first it was because of irregular periods but now it is because we've been TTC for 12 cycles and think it's time to seek treatment. The Dr has ruled out PCOS through hormonal tests and ultrasound. Husband's SA has also come back normal. My GP is unconcerned that my periods, which were regular before the pill, have not regulated since coming off the pill. I also told him my LP was short (8-10 days) and he seems to think it has no effect. He tells me if I'm getting periods then I'm ovulating so it "should happen eventually", and because of my age (I'm 28) we have plenty of time and not to worry about it too much. I think his attitude is too relaxed but I'm crap at being persistent so I end up leaving appointments with no answers. It's been almost a year now and no positive pregnancy test. I'm fed up with this wait-and-see approach! I'm going to make an appointment for during my next period so I can have blood tests done but I feel I need to go in armed with some requests and stand my ground until he agrees to do something. What do I need to ask for? What other tests will they run before referring me to a specialist? Any tips for getting the GP to take you seriously?