Thanks for the reply. I'm off to the Doctors next week again to see what the next stage is. My hubby is really concerned about it all and says he would rather just have one than go through all the medical stuff.
I know what he means but I'm so keen on having another.
I was wondering about hypnotherapy - just to learn to chill out about it all a bit. I tried it before my wedding and it worked a treat!
I can't help thinking after all this time there must be something amiss...
So how are you feeling about it all? How old is your first?
My little one is 2.3 yrs now. I always wanted a slightly larger age gap than the standard 2 yr gap that most people seem to have but I am worried now there won't be an age gap or it will be really big!
I've just started some reflexology which is relaxing, and they can pick up on fertility cues (amazing given its basically a foot massage). I've say trying an alternative therapy is worth it alone for some relaxation.
At six months I am feeling ok, but losing hope! (My first was conceived within a month - we were very lucky - and its making this TTC process seem very hard!)
we concieved ds first month of trying, this time around, 14 months and counting. All my and dp's tests came back normal and we have now been referred for investigations. Got my hosp appt mid july. I better be pregnant this month as I don't want to go down that route if I can help it. Its horrible. I'm just starting the 2ww now...
Don't give up hope yet EmmaPW. Since I've been trying for DC2 forever (18 months ) I've found out that it's not all that uncommon to take 1-2 YEARS to conceive!! I too was one of those smug people who got updiffed on the 1st month of trying for DC1 so I know what you mean about worrying something is wrong.
We've had tests done and all is apparently fine, although have just started on clomid as consultant thought it might help hurry things up. I have several friends who took around the 16month mark to get preg and it just suddenly happened without assistance. And there's always Myleene Klass to look to (don't say that very often).
It's crap and so so hard, but I'm still hopeful it'll happen eventually (mostly)