There has been a lot in the news lately about the effects of chemicals on women's fertility, here is one from USA Today:
Couples with high levels of certain chemicals in their bodies took about 20% longer to conceive compared with those with lower exposures, says the study from the National Institutes of Health.
That type of delay is similar to the effects of other factors known to reduce fertility, such as smoking, obesity and older age, according to the findings, published today in Environmental Health Perspectives.
Have you tried to decrease your exposure to chemicals be eating more whole foods, switching to organic, etc.?