cant stop thinkin about ttc

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  1. ab11

    ab11 Well-Known Member

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    we've been ttc for jus over 3 years now iv finally been refered to the fertility clinic now i cant stop thinking about whats gonna happen next etc.
    im finding it hard to sleep even, i jus dunno how to go back 'normal'.
    hubby is still fast asleep in bed jus need sum1 to talk to but kno one understands like u lot :)
    xx
     
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    H_Savage Well-Known Member

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    I'm new, so probably can't be much help, but I'm really sorry to hear what you're going through. Having realised this month how much you invest emotionally when ttc, you must have amazing strength to keep trying. I really hope the referral gets you whatever you need to get that bfp x
     
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    Im same sweets i dream about and am sick of weeing in pots all the time. Try not be be disheartened lovely, i have been at oit for 2 yrs with a recent mc and i sometimes feel like ''whats the point''....just take some time, pamper urself and ur time will come
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    It must be so hard to be ttc for so long... Just a thought hon, what are you actually doing to ttc? Are you charting? using opks? Have you read any books about it? I find that the more pro active I am, the more in control I feel about the whole process... Plus, I just come on this forum and chat about ttc stuff as much as I like and that sometimes helps (and sometimes makes it worse!) Another thing i find useful is to try and distract yourself as much as possible and think about other things not related to ttc. You got any hobbies... Hope this helps a bit hon and good luck with it all xxx
     
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    ab11 Well-Known Member

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    sorry was jus really emotional yesterday xx
     
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    itisbabytime Well-Known Member

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    3 years is a long time - what tests you had so far, like ceebee asked are you charting etc?
     
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    ab11 Well-Known Member

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    all the normal 1s u hav at the docs. first appointmet at the fertility clinic on the 1st march. nglad feb is a short month :) xx
     
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    It's only my first month of trying and I can't stop thinking about it so for you waiting three years I really feel for you :( how do you cope? I'm dreading that next period :(
     
  9. Cay84

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    It's only my first month TTC and I'm driving myself insane with 'symptom spotting' so 3 years must seem like an eternity. I've been waiting to start ttc for 2 years (had some health probs that affected fertility) and that was hard enough.

    Heaps and heaps of good luck to you, loads and loads of baby dust and roll on 1st March! xx
     
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    We've been TTC for about a year, we're seeing a specialist for slightly different reasons but yes this has taken over my life!

    I try not to drive my OH potty but I'm pretty much always thinking about my sticky bean :shock:

    xxxxxxxxx
     

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