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I had high hopes for this month and I started spotting today. I'm so sad to see the witch today. I just laid in bed and cried for a while. Dh used his famous line 'there's always next month' I know he's trying to help, but that's just not what I want to hear.
Aw hang in there hon. When i was NTNP with my first it took 8 months. Id say relax as much as possible (easier said than done) and just enjoy spending time with your DH. Go out on dates and enjoy each others company. It will probably make BDing a lot more fun and before you know it youll get your BFP!
Thanks. Its so hard sometimes. We were NTNP for 2 1/2 years. Then we decided to try. We have really trying now for about a year. I'm going to try charting again for a few months. If I don't get a bfp by then I might just have to suck it up and go to the dr
I would suggest seeing a doc. I know it's not what you want to hear, but imagine if it's something so easily fixable and you can get a BFP with help in a matter of months there's absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.
It took me a while to warm up to the idea of going to the doctor and I am happy I did. I am so sorry the showed I did the NTNP for almost 3 years before TTC in 2010. It is true it can take some time but something as simple as getting your hormones check and DH's sperm checked can play a huge factor in your continuing on your own. It does not mean you have to try with the doctor but to have insight does help wonders I found out we are unexplained because my hormones are amazing and DH's SA is perfect as well. We are starting small with my RE and working up as needed.
I hope you feel better and come to the decision that is best for you and your DH I would def suggest charting again as it is the #1 thing to tell when you actually O'd and to help with the efforts at home Starting is easy just like going to the gyno for a pap Ask for some blood work and see what the results are with your GYNO Then if they handle small cases of infertiltiy then work with that clinic if not they will refer you to a Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE).
I think you may kick yourself for not doing it sooner! get the help you need! If you have been NTNP for 2 years and TTC for a year, it's time hun! I swear it's not bad and makes you feel so much less alone!