Trying to Conceive

Trying for #2

ArtsyMother's picture

Okay, so my hubby and I are trying for baby #2. We already have a healthy little girl that turns 2 next month, but it's time for her to have a sibling Smile We were married 1 1/2 years before I got pregnant the first time and we weren't even trying. I just happened to forget my birth control (nuvaring) and OOPS, hehe, but I'm glad it happened. SO, this is the first time that I'm actually trying to get pregnant. It's so exciting, but nerve racking...I hate the waiting!

Not this Month

Kohl Montano's picture

I got a full fledged period yesterday. No baby this month. That's ok though since I should be starting a full time job next week and I should make sure my benefits kick in before I'm pregnant. I know a lot of insurance companies consider pregnancy a "pre-existing condition" so I need to make sure I'm covered before I'm actually pregnant.


Kohl Montano's picture

So, I'm sitting here on what should be the second day of my period with nothing so far. I'm not sure what to think since this is the first month in nearly 7 years that I've been off the pill. I could just be adjusting to having my hormonal freedom back, or I could be pregnant already. I'm not going to get my hopes up one way or another, but I think I'm going to go buy a pregnancy test.

Maybe this is the beginning of the rest of my life at a mother.

the beginning

well the test results are in and its saying that i have POCS and inorder to have another child I need help. So on friday I go to the Gyno to start my 1st round of Clomid. I am freaking out over the high chance of twins as I already have a 7 yr old. But thats a chance I am willing to take after 5 yrs of trying to have another baby join our family I am just about willing to do anything I can. I am hoping real bad that this will work and will work very soon.

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Baby #2?

Well here we start. June 25th Craig and I had my Mirena IUD removed. I had been bleeding heavy at the time and that continued for numerous extra days after. Since it has stopped we have started on "operation baby making" almost every night since. Hoping it happens soon due to my personal health history of when I'm not on birth control. Our 2 year old needs a playmate Smile

On the Road to a Family

Kohl Montano's picture

So today is day 1 of my quest to become pregnant. I stopped taking my birth control pills after my last period which started exactly 21 days ago. Technically, I could already be pregnant, but I just don't think that it's going to happen so fast. I'll know in a week I suppose, but I'm confident that it's going to take until August or September for it to happen. We'll see, everything will come together when it's supposed to.