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You, TTC, and Your Partner

Your Trying to Conceive partner is, of course, there physically. Is he also emotionally supportive, especially if you get a BFN when you hoped this would be the month? Is he open to on-going TTC related talk when you want/need it?

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Posted by: ttc4ever on Apr 30, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

Conception Deception

We have been TTC for 18 months. We've been tested and there's NOTHING wrong that would prevent us from conceiving. I want to start fertility drugs (just made an app for next week), but he thinks we should "leave it in God's hands." I'm going to get the prescription regardless, so should I tell him or not?

Overall Relate Rating: 8 Ratings

Posted by: 3boys0girls on Apr 10, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

What a Supportive Man!!!

My fiance has been a big help since be have been TTC!!!! We have been trying now for 9 months and he has been right there helping comforting me when we get a BFN. With our last baby it didn't take that long to get pregnant when we decided to try (it only took 1 month, even though I just stopped taking my BC). He knows exactly what to say every month that BFN shows up. I can't wait until I can tell him that BFN is a BFP!!!!

Overall Relate Rating: 5 Ratings

Posted by: spoofysgirl on Apr 2, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

IVF or fate?

My husband and have been trying for two years. I try to be happy for people I know who have babies but sometimes I can't help thinking that it is so unfair because some babies are conceived unwanted and even some are born unloved. How can that be right!!! Anyway, we are thinking about IVF. We don't have lots of money so its a big financial gamble for us. Sometimes I think I should let nature take its course. We might be lucky or we'll have to come to terms with not being parents. Sometimes I think it would be indescribably worth it to hold our little baby in my arms and see my husband's face. Comments, anyone?

Overall Relate Rating: 7 Ratings

Posted by: keishas77 on Mar 26, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

TTC going on 6 months

My husband and I have been TTC for about 6 months now and still nothing. He's not too worried because he is 23 and I'm 30 so he doesn't see the rush. I know it may be early but I wanted to have him tested just to make sure everything is OK with him and if it is then we can focus on me, however the doctors won't see us until we've been trying a year. I was thinking of doing the Male Home test (Fertell). Any thoughts on that?

He doesn't seem to want to talk in detail about trying as the way he sees it, it will happen when it's supposed to. I was doing ovulation kits and everythig but for some reason I never had the FSH surge but I know I ovulate based on my periods. It has been disheartening since I was two days late and then I got a BFN when I was hoping this would have been the month. I guess it's another month of trying again. I'm wondering if I'm trying too hard.

Overall Relate Rating: 6 Ratings

Posted by: mommie21 on Mar 16, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

so wierd

my husband is so weird one day he wants another baby and we are trying then the next he doesn't want anymore he has now said if it happens it happens. We have a three year old and the month my husband told me if it happens it happens was the month we got preggo with my son so im am hoping that I will get preggo again this month. This will be my third pregnancy (if i do get preggo) i really want another baby I had a miscarriage in august of 2006 and that really crushed me.

Overall Relate Rating: 2 Ratings

Posted by: momwantabe on Mar 7, 2008
You, TTC, and Your Partner

what to do...

well my boyfriend a 43yo man with kids from a past marriage, just informed me he doesn't want kids. he didn't want to get married again either but I can deal with that. I don't know if I can deal with not having my own kids. The sad thing is I have been raising his kids for over five years now (I was his live in nanny during his big D I know, dumb to get involved) but I am and now we are all attached so leaving is not as easy as everyone tells me it is. But I don't know if I can stay? I'm 30 and have a career and money I'm happy and very ready to have a kid. plus I've been a Doula and assist midwife since I was 19 I've happily helped all my single mom friends around me rise their kids now I want mine own. My boyfriend makes me feel like I'm being silly and that have kids is not that big of a deal. but he love his kids? I don't know what to do. everyone says just leave but its not that easy you know

Overall Relate Rating: 3 Ratings

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