Ha ha! What I mean is were you trying really hard or not? For 18 months, my hubby and I carried on much the same as when I'd been on the pill, just doing it when we felt like it, apart from an extra one when I thought I was ovulating. However as this didn't work, we sought help and the doctor told us to do it every other day from day 9 to day 17. She said we are very unlikely to conceive otherwise. I posted a thread on the TTC board a few weeks ago asking people if they thought it was worth it if you don't feel like it, because sometimes when it felt like such a chore, I didn't see how it could possibly result in a baby! Everyone said to persevere if we want a child, but recently I've seen posts from ladies who are pregnant saying that it happened when they weren't thinking about it, or even when they only did it once that month! Its certainly much more enjoyable when we do it less often, and on those days when the pressure's off! I'd love to take it a bit more easy, but time isn't on my side. You're probably thinking about babies now rather than trying to conceive, but any replies would be welcome! Thank you!