I probably go to about 9 baby showers a year, always putting on a brave face. The truth is I'm truly happy for my friends & family expecting little ones. I just feel that its starting to get awkward being the adult at the day parties without any of my own. With IVF being $6000 to $8000 a pop it just seems unlikely to afford. Every 28 days is a slap in the face but i wont give up yet. But since I follow this method, I'm proud to say that I'm a mother of a beautiful daughter now. Thanks for helping me to get pregnant!
What's too much? It may be different for different women. If you are a hard-core exerciser and are still getting your period regularly, your exercise regimen is most likely not a problem, he says. But, Goldfarb adds, your menstrual period is not the first thing to go if you are exercising too heavily. "The first thing that happens is that you have a shorter second half of your cycle. You should have a period 14 days after you ovulate, but too much exercise can shorten this phase." This would be the first hint that you need to curtail your fitness regimen. He suggests tracking how long it takes you to get a period after you ovulate as the best way to know for sure.
“Keeping a positive attitude is incredibly important. There is a huge mind-body connection. Try not to listen to the negative stories and try to be patient,” Bitidis advises. Preparing for pregnancy up to a year in advance may be a good idea if you’re planning to start a family in the near future, that way you can focus on making lifestyle changes. If you’re trying now, remember that it can take time—experts say up to a year— to conceive. If you’re concerned that it has taken too long, speak to your healthcare provider about your options for fertility counselling and treatment.