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Wanting to start TTC DC2, but not TOTM for 4 months??

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babybearsmummy Wed 26-Nov-14 15:34:21

I haven't had my TOTM for 4 months. Every test I've done has come back negative.

I've had several chats with my GP who has dismissed my concerns and said "it's nothing to worry about/ they'll come back in their own time" etc, so I don't think he's taking me very seriously.

Has anyone had any experience of similar? Any advice would be very gratefully received x

babybearsmummy Wed 26-Nov-14 15:34:52

Apologies if I've put this in the wrong place

Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Wed 26-Nov-14 15:49:20

Hi,

Have you done everything differently in the past 4 months? Have you come off birth control? Have you been breastfeeding? Any medications? what are your cycles usually like?

All things that may affect your cycle?

babybearsmummy Wed 26-Nov-14 15:55:36

I've thought about all of those... No meds, birth control or breastfeeding. I'm usually like clockwork on the 1st/2nd of each month.

I've been wracking my brain, but there's nothing I can think of that could be causing it.

Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Wed 26-Nov-14 16:12:15

Are you stressed about ttc? I absolutely hate the so passive comment 'you need to relax and it will happen' but ttc worries can have a relationship with ovulation.

Have you thought about seeing another GP - maybe one that specialises/interest in gynae/fertility?

Do you temp? use opks? I'm shocked at how little I knew about my own body and cycle before I started ttc #2.

I have cycles that are usually around 90 days or more and have as far as I can remember. DD is 9 and I never thought i would have more children. I am now ttc dc2 but my cycles were causing me problems. On Day 49 of my last cycle, I began a course of acupuncture, my AF (and very strong symptoms that I never usually get) appeared 6 days later which made my cycle about 35 days early. This was after reading a lot of acupuncture success stories. There are other herbal remedies out there that can help too, but it's all down to personal preference. Have a little read and see if there's anything out there for you.

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