calculating TTC time

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calculating TTC time
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Wed, 01-19-2011 - 4:34pm

Hi, i have posted a few time, but here's a run down of my histiry.

Last June my husband started dropping hints that he was ready for kids- "I want something more meaningful from life that

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Registered: 07-06-2010
Wed, 01-19-2011 - 9:17pm

I don't think you have a problem or any issues. It just sounds like your timing might be off.

Katie, DH, DD- Emma (11/27/11), #2 due 10/4/13 : )

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Registered: 06-09-2009
Thu, 01-20-2011 - 8:11am

Hi There,

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Registered: 03-01-2009
Sun, 01-23-2011 - 12:50am
I agree with the other ladies...I think your timing is just a bit off! If you can BD more frequently, especially during the potentially fertile days that Katie mentioned, you have a better chance. You don't have to BD ED, you can do EOD so you don't tire yourself out. Keep in mind that having a 28 day cycle doesn't mean you O on CD14.

To answer your original question, most docs won't consider you having a problem ttc until you've been at it for at least a year. For women over 30ish, they generally recommend 6 months of trying before seeing a dr. If you're genuinely concerned and not just anxious/caught up with baby fever (which I know I am!), you can always put in a call to your dr to talk about it.
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