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Hi, I'm new to this site...My husband and I have been ttc for 7 months and I have only ovulated twice in that time period that I know of and one of them is now...We BD on Wed and Thurs, but my man has been out of town with work and gets home sometime tonight...Last night I started seeing 2 lines coming up on the OPK and this morning it was definitely a positive, but is it already too late to really have a shot at conceiving this month? The last time I O'd was exactly 5 weeks ago so I am hoping that means maybe I will start having normal cycles since my sister and mom's cycle are always 35 days.
How do you girls deal with the frustration of not succeeding and the women around you who seem to get pregnant even when they don't want to? My husband and I want so badly to be parents.
My DH and i have been ttc for almost a a year and a half. It can get frustrating and hard, and seem like a lonely journey. For me, my comfort comes from hearing all the success stories of the wonderful women on this board and others. I also get comfort in knowing that my husband loves me for me, and that he will always be there for me no matter what happens. Lately, I have been trying to distract myself with new hobbies, and crafts. Some days is works, and others it doesn't.
Some days will be harder then others, and some days you won't even think about the trials you are having ttc. DH and I just keep praying and keep on trying. That is all you can do.
When you get frustrated, just come on here and blow off some steam. We all understand what you are going through, and we will all be there for you when you need to vent.