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    Thanks Poida84!

    I feel like my every thought is consumed with ovulation timing, low ovarian reserves and running out of time, low sperm count for my DH (only 26 yo).
    Now that I know I'm on a limited time schedule I just want to get pregnant!

    I'm already seeing a FS who is thinking that we should go straight to IVF. But as we're newlyweds and only 25 & 26 it seems premature to go straight to IVF. But what if its the wrong move?

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    Default 27 year olds trying for bub no.1 hi!! :)

    Welcome, that's a hard one, maybe try naturally for 6 months and if nothing happens consider ivf? You are both quite young but I don't know anything about the conditions you have sorry. Hp ur journey is a short one xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arlais View Post
    We're still happy to have you here hun - maybe you can spread the good luck around

    Besides, someone has to start the 27/28 expecting #1 thread sometime soon, we're all very keen on joining that one!

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    i won't leave and start the new thread till someone leaves with me lol

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    Default 27 year olds trying for bub no.1 hi!! :)

    Me me me

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    When is everyone due to test???

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    Default Re: 27 year olds trying for bub no.1 hi!! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by LowAMHonly25yo View Post
    Thanks Poida84!

    I feel like my every thought is consumed with ovulation timing, low ovarian reserves and running out of time, low sperm count for my DH (only 26 yo).
    Now that I know I'm on a limited time schedule I just want to get pregnant!

    I'm already seeing a FS who is thinking that we should go straight to IVF. But as we're newlyweds and only 25 & 26 it seems premature to go straight to IVF. But what if its the wrong move?
    To be honest I don't think it matters if you've only been married for a short amount of time. DH and I had only been dating 6 months when he booked his first appointment with the urologist for a consultation about getting his vasectomy reversed. There's no reason to wait if it's something you both want.

    IVF can take a long time, especially if you have to save between cycles. If you agree with your FS that it will give you the best chance of getting pregnant, then personally I'd be getting stuck into it.

    A lady I used to work with told me about her TTC journey - she waited to have kids and by the time she started trying, she had no problem in getting pregnant, but couldn't stay pregnant because of her age - she had gone beyond a point where her body could produce the hormones to sustain a pregnancy. 25 is not too young to start a family if you have the means to provide for a child.

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    Aquarius omg!! That is fantastic! Congratulations!

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    Default Re: 27 year olds trying for bub no.1 hi!! :)

    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Me me me
    Channy hun I'd be delighted for you to be the next cab off the rank after everything! As long as we're both UTD by birthday time it's all good

    I'm only testing this cycle if AF hasn't shown up before the 7th of Feb - then I'll be at least a week late. I think I'm 5 dpo but who knows with the way my health has been, I'm even considering I may not have Oed at all this month with my chucking and wacky temps!

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    Default 27 year olds trying for bub no.1 hi!! :)

    It's now midnight so I can say this: Happy birthday Aquarius!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    It's now midnight so I can say this: Happy birthday Aquarius!

    Haha thank you Channy, must say ...it is a birthday I won't forget ever


 

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