Evening ladies i can't keep up as so chatty but sorry to hear the witch has found some people on the bus. Cd 13 (i think) and ages yet till ov -- feckin long cycles-- dh has decided he is in charge this month and we will dtd ever other night from when af vanished till she due again not sure how long it will last
I am writting to get some advices. I know my questions can sound a bit strange but I went to the UK GP only 2 times since I am in London so don't really know what I should do next.
I am trying to get pregnant for more than a year now and nothing. We are both under 30's, never been pregnant and never took pils. I know it can take for arround 1 year for some couples to get pregnant so I did not consulted a doctor until now.
Now I start getting a bit worried and want to go for a check but don't know exactly how the rules are here? Do I have to call my GP and tell the receptionist why I want to do the apointment so the doctor knows about the problem? In my country things are different but I am here for a few years now and because of my job I can't travel home so I am confused about the steps I have to follow here.
Morning ob if you been tryng for a year with no success i would go se a GP. I hate telling the receptionist what i need an appointment for so i tend to say i need to discuss womens things then say if i would rather see a male or female doc. Good luck
OB are you doing it a lot when you mean you have been trying for a year. The most common reason for failing to conceive is not doing enough. If you are doing it at least 3 times a week when you aren't having a period then go to see your GP. Don't have to tell the receptionist what it is for. Just say you needed to see one. You can ask for a female doctor if you feel more comfortable with that.
I'm just saying this so at least you will be spared the embarrassment if you aren't already trying hard enough. There might be no underlying problems at all.
Still going strong here, although I'm pretty sure I'm way past ovulation I read somewhere that sperm can help with implantation so it's best to keep going. To be honest, the more we do it the more I want to so I can't say it's much of a bind!
For those who are having 'performance anxiety', it may help to keep all the technical stuff away from your DH's. I don't tell my DH much at all, he just knows that I will ovulate at some point between my 2 periods & he needs to keep at it! I don't tell him when I POAS either....will just tell him when I finally get a BFP....
I'm with you on the tiredness, been having a nap after work the last couple of days. Boobs are still a bit achy but not as much as they were, grrr this symptom spotting is driving me crazy! Going to test in the morning, will be 11-12 dpo and max 2 days until AF due, wish me luck!