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    dash86 posted:
    I am a 26 year old trying to conceive. We have been trying to have a baby for about 8-9 months, still no luck. I am starting to feel extremely disapointed. I went to my OB about 3-4 monthd ago and was told no need to worry until its been a year. I'm not sure if I should seek other medical advice or just stick it out for a few more months. Also, not sure what the average time span is for someone my age.
    TristaMarie responded:
    I am in the same boat as you. I'm 26, me and my SO have been trying for 9 months and my ob which i love doesnt want to "help" with options just yet. i went in for my annual less than 2 months ago and everything looks fine even did some hormone tests just to make sure that wasnt something to be worried about. My cycles were only 13 days long and he said if they didnt go "nornal" within more months than to come back. I have since had a cycle that was 27 days and 34 days... still not regular but i honestly dont want to wait longer than a year and im thinking im gonna make an appointment for exactly 1 year lol. seems like forever when you want somethign so bad

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