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sanve posted:
My husband and I have been trying for over a year. I had a positive test back in Feb. 2014 only to find out a couple days later we were miscarrying. We were devastated!! We are continuing to try with no luck. I am 37 and I don't want to wait another year. I have been charting and having sex regularly. My Dr. told me today to try not to stress and find the fun in love making which my husband and I try to do always. Our Dr. wants us to keep trying for a few more months before we start infertility testing. Is there any advise or tips anyone can give me.
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amnabanana responded:
So no advice really, more commiseration. I'm 35 and my husband and I have been trying for almost 2 years to get pregnant to no avail as well. We had an early miscarriage last year (so early I has just bought a test to use in the morning when I found myself in the hospital loosing the baby) which was, as you say devastating.

Our doctor has us doing the battery of fertility testing at this point, but so far . . . nada. Everything seems normal at this point so no idea why we're not conceiving. My only advice to you after having been through all this testing is don't rush into it, it can be crushingly disappointing to find out that absolutely nothing is wrong and that they can give you no answers, advice or solutions. As we've been told, just try and relax and enjoy TTC and see what happens. Frustrating, I get it, but there we are.


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