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29/11/2014 at 11:02
Ive been ttc since april and im getting nowhere:'(
I have done everything properly, been loyal to one person all my life and what good has it done me, when i cant take another person who goes out drinking and does it with strangers on any day of the month once and has a baby they never wanted :'(
Im 13dpo and all my tests says neg ive been sat here crying for hours i dont know what to do anymore and i know im 'not out till af shows' but honestly i dont think i was ever 'in' please someone talk to me?:'(
29/11/2014 at 14:22
I totally understand how you feel as it took me 7 months to fall pregnant and each month got harder and harder. The worst part is that its out of your control. Each month I tried different approaches of dtd every day to every other day, legs in air after dtd etc etc and the month I conceived we did it twice in my fertile window. Do you temp or do OPK's to know when you are ovulating?
All I can say is dont give up and one day it will happen hun. I cant say relax as I know from experience that is impossible.
Big hugs xx
28/01/2015 at 10:07
Hi Cato and Ang,
Thought Id post on here as I have been TTC since June 2014. And have just got my period now, so this is month 7. I am beginning to find this difficult. It feels like its never going to happen and Im starting to worry that something might be wrong.
Did you get your BFP yet Cato?
x x x
28/01/2015 at 16:53
I'm really sorry you had to feel like that. I know for some women, conceiving can be as easy as tossing out their contraception, whether they're working on their first baby or their fourth. For others, reaching the goal of fertilization becomes a nightly chore, a mad mating dance that revolves around ovulation kits, specific sexual positions, and, more and more commonly, a succession of fertility tests to help pinpoint possible problems. Whether you've just started trying to become pregnant or have been at it for a while, heeding some common sense advice that's based on good science can help boost your odds of conceiving.
28/01/2015 at 20:51
Oh little one, my heart aches for you! I know the feeling of helplessness and waves of sadness, anger and frustration.
it IS hard, and it's not going to suddenly become easier, but - to be a bit cliche - it IS worth it. And if you're looking around at all these babies and pregnant women and knowing in your heart you were born to be a mother, then you will be a mother! In whatever way, or whenever it happens, if you are born to be a mother, it will happen!
praying you find some joy in the journey - even on the hardest days xx
04/02/2015 at 23:17
It can be such a hard journey. It took me 6 months to conceive both my babies & both times each month was a rollercoaster of 'could this be the month' with me desperately trying not to symptom spot & then the inevitable BFN. What stage are you at with TTC. With my 1st I was fairly relaxed until the 5 month but with my second I wanted a smaller gap so started using OPK's & tracking my cycles in great detail. I even looked up on the internet & took supplements & changed my diet to eat things that are supposed to be able to help fertility like eating a banana a day. Sometimes I just felt like I was doing something to help even if, in reality, it was just down to mother nature. Good luck to all who are TTC x
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