Still not pregnant

Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by chrisii2011, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. chrisii2011

    chrisii2011 Active Member

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    Period came on today after i got my hopes up as my period was 4 days late and i had experiencde cramping.So disapointed to the point i feel like giving up trying as its been nearly a year and all ive had is false hope and now i feel simply going on the pill and forgetting.Im 20 years old never been on the pill and only slept with one person.
    A few years ago i had a lot of mental health issues start and also the loss of my dad which effected me deeply.I suffer with stress and anxiety but over xmas i did well at keeping it to a minimum but i still have my period.Im scared to get checked out by a doc incase im told i can never have kids which im scared at what that may make me do.
    I also dont smoke and rarely drink
     
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  2. misscrazycooki

    misscrazycooki Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry hun. It can take time. Are you and your partner proper trying I.E having sex every day?

    It took me years, I went from one partner to the next (not in a slut way, years of being together then getting a new partner) where I never got pregnant. The strange thing is once I wasn't working and less stressed out about everything six months later after going for some fertility tests I got pregnant.

    Do you have irregular periods hun? If you have been trying for over a year you can ask for tests to see if anything is wrong with you or partner
     
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    My cycles are approx 33 days each month but this mnth it was 37 days. We do have proper sex about every two days but a lot of the cum just seems to leak on the bed
     
  4. misscrazycooki

    misscrazycooki Well-Known Member

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    I tended to do it late at night so I wasn't going to stand up so soon and would just roll over and go to sleep. :)

    Don't give up hope though hun I was told I wasn't ovulating on a blood test I have. Then I had a ultrasound that confirmed I have polycystic ovaries that really made me down. But there are so many stories of women who have concieved it gave me hope x
     
  5. JJ Mum

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    Oh hang in there hun X

    I agree late night or daytime when you have the chance to lounge around afterwards. I would always want a bath after, but I switched to bathing in the morning, and then not after (which I hate)., so nothing was disturbed /washed away! (sorry TMI)

    Oh and legs in the air after is a great one or on the wall!! (at least 30 mins)

    It's typical, but after 10 mths of trying with my second one, I gave up trying to hard, we just relaxed and didn't worryabout it, and bingo!!!
     
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    I do the legs in the air but to no avail.Maybe my bodies messed up because of all the stress and heartache i suffered loosing my dad and the anxiety disorder starting.
     
  7. mrsc1

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    ive been trying for a few months now and my period is a day late but its always been 26-28 days its never been even a day late ive been feeling pregnant and its just so hard 2 think im just gunna come on so i no how u feel sometimes i just think wats the point it aint going to happen but you have 2 think positive im sure you will be fine i usually put a pillow under my hips worked last time but sadly that ended in a mmc.
     

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