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will it take as long??

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goldmaple Wed 23-Jan-13 04:02:28

Took 8 months of really trying for DD1 and then DS took one month (right after finished BF)! You just never know. Good luck to yousmile

LifesAHappySong Tue 22-Jan-13 22:35:55

Took 16 months the first time due to PCOS, started trying ASAP for #2 in case it took ages and fell pregnant within a week of stopping BFing - so you never know! Good luck!

Hamling1984 Tue 22-Jan-13 19:12:26

I fell pregnant within 2 months first time and 2nd time round I'm still trying after 8 years,sad times so start ASAP cause u never know smile good luck!!

mouseymummy Tue 22-Jan-13 19:08:19

Thank you both, I've discussed this with dh and we are going to start TTC in Feb!!

Hope you conceive soon loves

LovesGSD Mon 21-Jan-13 22:25:36

Started TTC when DS was 6 months, fell pregnant within weeks, sadly ended in miscarriage. Started trying again straight away but it's been a few months now hmm.

resipsa Mon 21-Jan-13 22:06:13

12 months 1st time, only 5 2nd time. HTH!

mouseymummy Mon 21-Jan-13 19:23:17


mouseymummy Mon 21-Jan-13 13:09:25

Hi everyone

I had my gorgeous dd in September and I'm considering trying again.

The main reason for wanting ti try is, I want my kids close together anyway as I grew up with a 5 yr age gap and it's only in tge last few years that me and my brother have got closer. I want my kids to be close, tge only tying thats concerning me isit took nearly 2 years to conceive my dd and I've been wondering if it's going to be tge same again.

My dh isn't too worried and has said whatever comes his way he will be happy with but Im concerned that it might take even longer as we wont get any help like last time as the NHS won't pay for it tge second time and I don't think we could afford treatment should we need it again.

Has anyone taken ages to conceive the first time and then fallen pregnant quickly after? Or did it. Just not happen tge second time around?? All experiences welcome!!


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