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Conception Frustrations?
If you're trying to conceive and it's taking longer than you had hoped, what frustrations are you running into? Is it that just about everyone around you seems to be pregnant? Or, something someone said? Or, is you-know-who (your mom, his mom...) pressuring you or asking when way too often? Does it sometimes feel like TTC is more like Trying to Cope?

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TTC & Cycle Going Crazy - advice

Posted by: Babydustneeded on Thu Jul 30, 2009

TTC & Completely frustrated any recommendations!!

My hubby & I are trying to conceive #3, we have been trying for 8 months now and my body just keeps getting more and more complicated. #1 & #2 were conceived within 1 or 2 months but now my body seems to be going crazy. My normal cycles that I have had forever have all of a sudden decided to become irregular with my cycle getting farther and farther apart - I mean 1.5 - 2 weeks late each month. I did the OPK tests and tested +, we TTC a day before and several times the days following with no luck. Any suggestions on how to get back my normal cycles? I am trying to do it naturally before I go to my doctor for advice -sadly - my previous doctor whom I just left was less than happy to help me - she actually commented that I was lucky to have my 2 children which I agree but why is it so wrong to want #3 especially when we are financially good and great parents. Anyone been in a similar situation? Many people keep telling me it is stress but I have been pretty relaxed!

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