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    Default Feeling like giving up!

    So the subject says it all, I honestly feel like giving up!

    I'm almost through TTC cycle 2, due to start cycle 3 Friday. I have no idea how ladies go through many long months of this! I already feel like giving up!

    I feel like a complete failure! I feel like I have nothing to look forward to! The only great thing in my life is my niece, but I feel like that is my sister's great thing to look forward to, not mine!

    All I feel like doing is crying & staying in bed!

    How do you cope?

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    Cry a bit when af comes and allow yourself time to be emotion. Distracted yourself for a couple of days and eventually when O time comes round again you can start to feel a little more optimistic that this cycle might be it.

    Not sure if it is any use for you (and you may already know) but there is only a 20-25% chance of getting pregnant in any one cycle.

    You could try a different approach...if it gets too much, try not tracking your cycles and just dtd whenever you feel like it and see what happens.

    Ttc really sucks but i'm sure it will be worth it once we have our bubs in our arms.


 

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