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Postby Veronica.O » Thu Jan 25, 2018 7:21 pm

Hello women, How would you do. I trust all of you are fine. I am so much anxiety. I am 25 years of age and it's my first attempt ever. I and my significant other chose to begin our family now. We are striving for a half year now. Nothing is going on. I am extremely stressed. I don't recognize what is next. I figure Now it's an ideal opportunity to take a test for me once more. I am feeling some extraordinary things. The things that I have never felt. In any case, it's extremely anxious for me. What would it be a good idea for me to do? To start with I figured how troublesome it could be yet now as time getting nearer. I am feeling especially anxious. Enable me to traverse this circumstance. What would it be advisable for me to do? If it's not too much trouble tell I am extremely looking forward.
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Re: worried

Postby Amouna87 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:42 am

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Re: worried

Postby beckybenson » Mon Mar 19, 2018 5:18 am

Hey, Veronica. I'm doing fine. Thank you for asking. I would suggest you keep trying. You haven't been trying for a very long time. You are still very young too. So there's still a very good chance that you might get pregnant. If it still doesn't work, you can consider assisted conception for yourself. Have you ever heard of IVF? It is a process in which the egg and the sperms are fused and fertilized in the laboratory, outside the body. This usually works for people who face problems with fertilization. It increases the chances of pregnancies. There are so many clinics that are offering IVF at a very affordable price nowadays. You should look into it. Good luck.
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Re: worried

Postby dellany » Mon Mar 19, 2018 7:20 am

Reading this made me so sad. I am sorry for whatever happened that made you so upset. I hope things have started to look better for you now. Tell us about yourself. Where do you live? Are you and your husband living together? I am asking because I want to know what changes you may have of getting PG. Even if you can't produce a child from your own body, you can go for other methods. Having a child can make a husband and wife's relation much stronger. I am telling you this from my own experience. I also deal with infertility. It is a very unfair war against nature. Nothing ever works. Only a few miraculous cases seem to get rid of this problem. However, do not give up. We're all with you here, emotionally and morally. Stay strong hun. xx
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Re: worried

Postby BettyJames » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:04 pm

Hey there. How is everything nowadays? I hope its all great. I am really sorry to hear your story. It really makes me sad. To think about what you must be going through. It breaks my heart. However, i would strong suggest don't give up. Keep trying and you'll be successful. Consult your doctor. Doctors usually know what the problem. They'll be able to help you the best. There are other options as well. Surrogacy and IVF are great alternatives. I hope everything goes fine. Wishing you good luck.
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Re: worried

Postby Rybee » Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:43 am

Hi! I have just joined this room. And I decided to not take much time for adaptation. I don’t know whether it’s necessary to ask you how are you? If you’re still trying without result you are certainly upset. In case you’ve already changed your situation and waiting for the belly grow you are more than happy and don’t think about this chat.
As I could understand you and your partner were trying for half a year. Am I right? And what about me, I didn’t sound the alarm even after 2 years of trying.
Seems doctors let you have a year and a half in hard trying to conceive without calling it infertility.
I thought my chance was hidden behind the next night of love. Ahah Unfortunately, It brought me only a life full of sex during the first two years of my marriage. You can realize what was the quality of the sex it was dedicated to give us at least pregnancy. This story wasn’t about passion. It became my idea fix.
In my opinion you should spend a bit more time trying your best to get it. Don’t GIVE UP it's not helpful in this struggle.
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Re: worried

Postby Rybee » Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:59 am

As well I heard someone had mentioned IVF. What’s the need for it now? What’s the point of this, please explain? Such young active people I guess could do it without ART.
At the very least, they have a chance. My closest friend is stuck in vicious circle. No one hope for that she’ll get it next time any longer. I don’t remember how many times she passed through IVF.
Guess it must be a doctor who’ll say to her she’d better stop. It doesn’t make sense in her case.
Perhaps, after more than 10 rounds she has never saw BFP of pregnancy test. Her husband’s hair is already gray. He’s such a poor one.
Actually such amazing procedures really help. No doubts it works well. However they have time to try.
And I wish them a great luck. My best regards!
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Re: worried

Postby Subsawdow » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:16 am

Hello honey! I see you just got married. That’s really awesome. As rybee said above you haven’t reason to give up! Keep on trying and perhaps go through some tests.
Don’t lose hope. It’s too early to search for treatment. Take maybe some vitamin courses, exclude heavy meal and smoking. And exactly try keeping only positive thought. It sometimes helps more than something else. Good luck. It’d be amazing to see good news from you soon.
Don’t forget to control your husband’s feeding and the life style. I guess only good days are waiting for you in the future. A half of the year is too short for such conclusions. Keep your chin up! Sending you lots of love!
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Re: worried

Postby cindywoolfe » Mon May 14, 2018 1:08 pm

Hey there. I hope you're well. Keep the faith, please. You've been TTC for a very less time. It takes a bit more time in most cases. See a doctor, if you're really anxious. I'm sure it's nothing and you'll be sorted, very soon. Good luck!
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Re: worried

Postby cindywoolfe » Wed May 23, 2018 9:53 am

Hey. I'd advise you to stay calm. It's a tough situation, I know. But getting worked up isn't gonna help anyone. Actually, it could only worsen the situation. It's going to be alright, trust me. Good luck!
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Re: worried

Postby Kendell bling » Wed May 23, 2018 10:36 am

TTC can take a lot of time. It is not always a fairy tale for all of us. Many of us have to struggle. Before we can have our dreams come true. It is not easy as they show in movies. In real life, it is a real struggle. Have you been TTC for 6 months right? You should wait a year. Because no clinic will check you before a year. After that, you can have all your tests. I am sure you will get all the answers then. Also, stop taking the stress. It can be a reason you cannot conceive. In fact most of the time it is the only reason. Be stress-free and then try. I am sure things will work out. May the odds be in your favor.
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Re: worried

Postby Hudda » Wed May 23, 2018 10:47 am

Hello dear, Don't take much stress it also causes Infertility. You are still young don't be a worry. Because life does not end here. Still, I hope you are in good health. So sorry to hear about your struggles. However, it is necessary to get yourself properly tested to figure out what sort of problem is causing your infertility and I also recommend that you also get your husband for a checkup. Although infertility is common in women it still exists in men. I too have gone through this period but unfortunately for me, I was diagnosed with infertility and had to resort to surrogacy for my child. I am glad however I took that decision. I am going there next month for my second child. I think what you are doing is the smart thing to do. Don't make any decision based on presumption and get a proper medical check-up for your problem. I hope everything turns out fine at your end. Take care and don't lose hope.
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Re: worried

Postby hannahdavid » Thu Jun 07, 2018 10:38 am

Hey, Veronica, you seem very tense. You are only 25 don't worry things will get better. I think you should change your doctor and visit someone more professional. It is really important to visit a fertility specialist. Other than that stress is one of the things that doctors refrain patients from so people don't be that much stressed. Here are some natural remedies that you can make part of your daily life. For a lot of people, they have worked. First and foremost thing is change your eating habits. Include important nutrients like carbohydrates in your body. This is an essential step. Other than this start doing home base exercise and yoga. Both of these will energize your body and help with the whole TTC journey. Lastly, stay hydrated. I hope everything goes alright. Sending baby dust your way.
-Low AMH and High FSH
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Re: worried

Postby GinaRusktova » Thu Jun 07, 2018 3:03 pm

Veronica.O wrote:Hello women, How would you do. I trust all of you are fine. I am so much anxiety. I am 25 years of age and it's my first attempt ever. I and my significant other chose to begin our family now. We are striving for a half year now. Nothing is going on. I am extremely stressed. I don't recognize what is next. I figure Now it's an ideal opportunity to take a test for me once more. I am feeling some extraordinary things. The things that I have never felt. In any case, it's extremely anxious for me. What would it be a good idea for me to do? To start with I figured how troublesome it could be yet now as time getting nearer. I am feeling especially anxious. Enable me to traverse this circumstance. What would it be advisable for me to do? If it's not too much trouble tell I am extremely looking forward.

Well, I know you're in a difficult. Don't lose hope. I also have been there. But, still trying my best! I'm trying via IVF this year. Get your obstetrician on this. Everything will be fine. Trust time and don't give up. xoxo
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Re: worried

Postby BeccaChloe » Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:32 am

Veronica, it is just a half year you have been TTC. Noting to worry. Keep trying, you will eventually conceive. But if it gets 2 two years of trying with no luck then you just seek medical help. See a good RE for better evaluation fo your tests and hormones. Keep track of your ovulation days. It is the high time to BD. Moreover, change your diet as advised by your nutritionist. You are young and may have a good ovarian reserve. Because of chances of natural conception decreases with age. However, I have seen women beating the odds and conceiving at the age of 45 naturally!! You may need some guidance. And yes, stress does affect your body. You need to work on your issues and find a resolution.
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