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    It took me 7 months I was 34, Im 35 now, over due by 3 days

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    Good luck bamagirl! Mine where eight and ten days overdue so hang in there

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    I suffered 2 m/c in 2009 when trying for a bub so just shy of my 35th b'day last year my doc suggested I see a fertility specialist to see if there were any genetic reasons for m/c or if it was just nature taking it's course. On my 1st appt with the specialist, he told me I was pregnant & bubs is due next week We had been actively trying again for 4 months.
    Moral of the story is not to get too caught up in how long & why it might not be happening fast enough (I know it's an incredibly emotional process & it's easy to play the blame game). Make sure you're healthy, fit & happy is the best advice I was given.
    Also the specialist told me that the predictor kits you can buy are ok at telling you when the hormones are right for ovulation, but this doesn't always mean an egg will be released. Use them as a time guide & to track what days you ovulate but not as gospel egg release!
    Age can be a factor at times but health is really important. 33 is a great age to get pregnant as you have the luxury of time and fantastic health care to support you. Good luck

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    I got pregnant on a big oops with my last boy. I was a few months off 33. We weren't using contraception, I was tracking my cycles and ovulated a few days early .

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    I have a 15 year old, and have been on and off the pill.
    We were trying for only 5 weeks

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    Had DD when I was 32, and it took over a year + some drug assistance (Clomid) to make me ovulate.

    Now 33 and been trying for number 2 for 10 months so far. Clomid didn't work, so now on FSH injections.


 

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