10-10-2013 11:46 AM
10-15-2013 09:45 AM
Set up an account with fertilityfriend.com, and buy a basal body thermometer and begin to track your cycles for a few months. You can then gain a perspective (also download their free book!) on your cycles and pinpoint when your ovulation is occuring and etc. Then make an appointment with your gyno if you still arent pregnant (they are going to want to see you anyway if you are having fertility issues), and print your charts (have at least 3) and take them to the appointment with you, as it will be helpful for your doctor. You can also download some apps to help you track your cycles and show your GYN. This way you guys can be a team working together.
As for being afraid of bothering them with questions, this is what you have insurance and pay copays for. and i guarentee you that you will not be the first or the last person to have already asked that question or any other question before (and you will learn this fast when you are pregnant). Might as well get all the info you can. you are paying for it.
10-15-2013 09:53 AM
http://www.fertilityfriend.com/tutorials.html <<-- also helpful if you dont want to download the ebook.
you can also join the monthly board in this group.. the ladies are wonderful.
10-15-2013 12:02 PM
11-01-2013 11:14 AM
I agree with the other posters, just wanted to add something. Try Pressed. It's a lubricant specially made for couples trying to conceive. I bought it on Amazon. My hubby and I tried for 11 months to conceive our second. I bought it, used it once and got pregnant. He is now 11 months old. One night (my husbands birthday) I was a little tipsy and decided to use it just to enhance the experience, I was not trying to conceive. I wasn't supposed to ovulate for another week. Guess what? I'm now 8 weeks pregnant, so I know it works. Good luck!