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    Default Been Trying for 14 months and still nothing - HELP

    Hi Guys

    This is my first post on here for a very very long time.

    My husband and I do not have children yet and we would dearly love to have a baby. I am 34 and he is 37.

    We have been trying for 14 months and have used OPKs etc but still no luck.

    We have a FS appt next month to see what is happening.

    I get my period every month and I ovulate every month.

    Just a bit disappointed it hasn't happened yet. Hopefully the appountment will shed some light on it.

    But in the meantime, any other advise will be greatly appreciated

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    Hi, i was 27 and my hubby was 34 and we had been trying for nearly 2.5 years, had every test under the sun, and I also got my period and ovulated every month...all they could come up with was we were what they called ''unexplained infertility''.. neither of us are overweight or underweight and are active and had good diets. I didn't have pcocs, or endo, so we had booked a fs appt and a few days before that i found out i'd fallen pregnant. then with the second pregnancy, we'd been trying for 15 months and still nothing so they put me on clomid, it gives you multiple eggs, so you're more likely to fall pregnant... and on the last cycle i fell pregnant again. maybe they will just give you clomid?... have you had any testing done yet?


 

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