I am 31 and so is DH. Initial testing shows there may be some issue with his sperm. He's gonna need more testing (poor baby). So far, my testing is coming out ok. Firstly, this is all stressing him out. Secondly, he is *kinda* morally against IVF and it looks like we may be heading that way. So things are really going to get interesting. Our next visit will be with the RE. He is going to need some further testing - i.e. testosterone levels. He is not super-excited.
Our OB offered clomid, but if I am ovulating normally then the literature really doesn't agree with that. And I am not interested in purposefully putting myself through a twins pregnancy for no good reason. Plus, there are things like expense and other risks.
The next issue, is that I would like to avoid a twins pregnancy if possible. So, we are looking at mini-IVF or Single Embryo Transfer (SET) if it is an option around where we live. Anyway, that is an update on how we are doing. The first RE that my OB referred us to does not do SET - at least based on the info on the website.
On the upside, we have a great son. If he was all we ever had, I would be happy, but we always imagined a bigger family.
I know that some of you are currently pregnant with twins, and if that is the path we go down I will be fine with that... but we are trying to do some things to limit that risk.