Natural family planning has come a long way. Modern NFP incorporates scientific methods based on observance of the unique biological markers of each woman's fertility.
Trying to Conceive
Conventional wisdom says that if a couple isn't able to get pregnant within twelve months of trying to conceive, they might need professional fertility help.
Okay, I'm new to "blogging" and might suck a little, because I'm not that great with putting my feelings into words and when I do it sometimes get out all wrong.
According to a new study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other academic research institutions, higher blood levels of cadmium in females, and higher blood levels of lead in males, are creating delays in trying to conceive children.
Well, I went to the doctor today. That was a big waste of time. All they did was take blood. I had SO many questions and not a single one got answered. They said they'll call me tomorrow and let me know what my HCG level is and they will go from there. One reading, unless it's seriously low, won't really tell them anything. Or maybe it'll be really high. HA. This is ridiculous. My boobs hurt so bad and I keep forgetting how sore they are and then I stretch or something and it hurts. Which sucks because it keeps reminding me that I'm having symptoms - and might not have a baby.
Ahhh, so here I am again. Writing on a blog because no one wants to hear me whine anymore. On the 1st of January, I had what I thought was implantation bleeding. I waited until the 5th to test and got a negative. I started my period on the 6th. My period usually lasts about 4 to 5 days, very heavy in the middle. Well, it lasted about that long but I had old blood for a long time afterwards. My BF decided we needed to do the BD, so we did, on Saturday the 14th. Monday, the 16th, I started to have a bit more coming out of me than I had been.
Having undergone a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery on December 13, Giuliana tells HollywoodLife.com that she and husband, Bill plan to try again to start a family.
ok so for the past few weeks ive been having symptoms of pregnancy, ive been having lower abdominal cramps,food aversions, the smell of chili makes me gag, i got randomally sick for 5 days so far, like 2 times at night nd 3 in the mornings, i sleep alot lately, boobs are biggeer nd more full and they are tender, my nipples arent that much darker, somedays they look like they are nd some days they arent.
so i am a 35 year old mother of two and i am TTC number 3. my youngest is 13 and i have not been pregnant at all since her. i have type 1 diabetes and also pcos. i just removed my iud that was in for 1 year and i am hoping that i will be able to concieve with no problems. does anyone have any suggestions for me to keep me from getting discoraged. i am very nervou me and my fiance really want to get pregnant quickly. he also has three young children so i know he is fertile. its me i am woried about.
My husband and I have resently decided to try and have a bundle of joy...he had a vasectomy 3 years ago. We have an appointment with a urologist early next year to discuss the possibility of a reversal.
I am now in day 24 of my cycle (my usual cycle length is 28 days)...from day 22 I had on and off dull pains in my right side and just above my pubic bone. Today if I take in liquid it goes straight through. If I turn too sudenly or lay on my side...the right side feels stretchy.
What is going on??