My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for a few years now. We have run into problems in the past such as an ovarian tumor where the tumor and an ovary had to be removed. We also are struggling with weight loss to help us conceive. We have just recently started fertility testing. Please feel free to follow our journey on our blog we just started.
I'm disappointed. More so than I thought I would be. I guess cause I had been off my pills a while and being 20 I was a little too confident that it would be a breeze and it would happen right away. But then the reasonable, non-baby hungry side of me realizes that this only happens for a small percentage of people and that there is nothing to worry about right now.
So here goes nothing! I got my ovulation pain Sunday the 17th and I without a doubt ovulated! I was horny as all get out! Kyle couldn't get home fast enough! And of course we went at it like animals but it was also very intimate for us with conceiving a child in mind. So now yesterday I'm a little freaked out cause my nipples started hurting like crazy.
The month to month waiting game is so hard, and honestly the stress of it could also, I think, be delaying fertility. So, im trying anything I can to relax myself from excersizing(w/o overdoing) yoga, nature music sounds, and making my home seem more relaxing and less stressful with candles plants good smelling cooking and fregrance oils even use calming bath things. Its still seems so hard.
Day 23 Tired, boobs ache. But after last months miscarriage I'm not sure if I want to know or if this is just a horrible period coming.
Hi. I'm Anna. I am getting married at the end of October and my fiancee decided he's ready to have children. We're going to start trying to conceive, but there are still some things I'm not quite sure about. I had sever abdominal pain and nausea for two years before my doctor decided to do a diagnostic laparacope.
I've taken the leap and started my full time job. It's making everything more real. I'll be pregnant soon and dealing with a whole new set of challenges on top of learning a new job. It may be a little too much too soon, but I was already on the path to a baby before this job came along. I decided that I didn't want to change my family plan because of a professional opportunity.
we are trying to have baby and I am 36 and my wife is 40 please suggest the best way to have a baby
Every woman has her own unique menstrual cycle. A cycle refers to the number of days from one period to the first day of the following period. If you understanding your cycle, you'll by ready for your period, you can predict ovulation, and you will recognize signs that might mean you're pregnant.