why aren't i pregnant?
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vicky - December 10

hi my partner and me have been trying for a baby for over 2 months now. I have took many home tests and i don't seem to be getting anywhere. Should i be worried?


Justine - December 10

Vicki - a healthy couple only have about a 20% chance of getting pg each month even when all the conditions are ideal. There are lots of things you can do to make sure you're bd under ideal conditions such as checking for ewcm, using an opk and temping. You can also chart each month using something like fertilityfriend which will help you pin-point when you ovulate each month. Good luck.


MuzikGurl - December 10

vicky, Justine is right...you need to try to start temping, checking ur cervical mucus, and you can test everyday right after your period for ovulation with opks, then bd as much as you can..if all else fails go to the dr. and ask him/her if they could check your hormone levels and so forth any ob/gyn should be able to if you ask some do it without even asking...but, most won't give you any meds. unless they find something wrong with you or you have been trying for at least a year if under 30 6months if over...some make you wait a year and a half..but have patience because it does take time I have a friend who's been trying for 5 years and still trying...she had a mc and a still born but, nothing successful yet...so, relax and do what you can do without try to relie on science. Take care and good luck!



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