DH and I have been trying the last two months, and I've been using Ovia to track my period and all that. I'm 25, I've had blood work done - normal hormones, had ultrasound - all good down there. No health conditions or anything, nothing genetic either on my side or his - just really bad anxiety. Cycle is also normal, every 29-31 day or so. DH also is fine from what I know of his health history, although we haven't had him looked at or anything. AF came again yesterday and I couldn't help but be disappointed. I keep reading and hearing stories of either women trying for 2+ years with no luck, or the lucky ones who conceive in a month or two. My anxiety tapers off once AF is gone, but the feeling that I'll have infertility issues, and that if I do, even with fertility treatment, then, I'll keep failing to conceive makes me beyond anxious. I have no one to talk to about this except DH. My mom is a nurse, but she keeps saying, "Oh, stop worrying. Your anxiety makes it worse." She has also heavily discouraged me from having kids in the past due to my anxiety. I have no friends I can talk to about it because none of them are at the stage of life where they are married, with someone or can even afford to have a kid. My in-laws don't know enough about any of this to really talk to them about it. They would probably just say the same thing as my mom. My doctor said, "You two should be fine. Just eat nuts." That's what she said last month when I saw her. I tried to meet with the pregnancy center where I live. I booked an appointment, they cancelled, and said any other days that I gave them weren't going to work, either. So, I've given up on them. It sounds unreasonable, I know, to be anxious when you've only been trying for two months, going on three, and have no reason to believe that you're infertile. But I just have so many questions about pregnancy in general, about assisted pregnancy therapies and having no one to talk to is making it worse.