How many cycles did it take you to get pregnant?

14 answers · 2 months ago
I didn't get pregnant first month trying and now im concerned...

Answers

Get a grip. If you start obsessing after just one month then you'll be so wound up by next month you might not even ovulate at the predicted date and then you'll get even more wound up and god only knows what will happen to your cycle after that. Calm down. Enjoy the ride (pardon the pun). It doesn't matter what my experience was because we don't all have the same experience.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
It can take normal, healthy, fertile couples an average of six months to over a year to achieve pregnancy. Freaking out over ONE cycle only means you are not ready to handle pregnancy and parenting.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Took me 3 years, about 2 2/3 of them having fertility treatments.

The statistical 'average is about 3-4 cycles (50% of couples will be pregnant by then.) And yeah, if you're fretting after ONE month, you will be tearing your hair out by the end of 2 or 3. Be patient.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
First child, a year and an IUI. Second child, 3 years and 3 rounds of IVF.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
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Anonymous · 2 months ago
my first date
Anonymous · 2 months ago
About three months each time.

Everyone is different. My hubby and I never "tried" to get pregnant. We just stopped using birth control and had sex whenever we wanted. No pressure. No 'trying". Just had fun and waited to see what happened.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Long time ago it took almost 36 months of ttc, shame my daughter wasn't similar because hers was first time with pull out method.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
If you have sex frequently once or twice during your fertile period you must conceive in one or two cycle.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
I can't personally answer this question because my pregnancy was an accident...lol, but it took my mom almost six years to get pregnant with me. And this was after she had gotten pregnant extremely easily twice before (with her second baby, she was even on the Pill). So, there can be a huge variation not only from woman to woman, but from pregnancy to pregnancy with the same woman.

Not getting pregnant after one month of trying is nothing to be concerned about at all. It can take a completely healthy couple up to a year to conceive. Most doctors won't even talk to you about fertility issues until you've tried for at least that long -- unless you're 35 or older, when they drop it down to six months of trying.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Bicycles, motorcycles or cycles of the moon?
Anonymous · 2 months ago
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Anonymous · 2 months ago
Try for at least 6 months more before going to the doctor. Your male partner should also be checked, unless you are having sex with several males.

I agree with Tri-Harder - you are too nervy a person for parenthood and all its problems through the years of children growing up.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
there is no formula everyone is different
and there are more women who can never get or maintain pregnancy that you realize... that is why there is a huge shortage of newborn infants put up for adoption

good luck and relax it could take a few years and tension and want make it more difficult

BUT I will say the words IT IS YOUR FAULT should never hit your lips -- or who's fault it is etc
Anonymous · 2 months ago