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    Quote Originally Posted by sunrayz99
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    So my suggestion is to keep track of your ovulation dates and don't do anything different than you did before, just do it as often as possible
    A friend of mine has fertility problems and she tells me all the stuff her doc tells her and one thing that stuck with me was: don't do it as often as you can. The man needs time for his body to replenish quality sperm so he should only ejaculate every 2 days - with or without you. I remember this so well because (although it is very serious) I thought it was very funny that she was 'perscribed' sex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by combatcutie
    So here's a question for all the mommies and soon-to-be mommies...Is there anything special you did to get pregnant? Hubby and I are trying and so many people have told me to do different things (ie. lay with your legs in the air for 20 minutes etc) and I don't know what to do (well, not that I don't know what to do but if I should follow these people. Any suggestions????
    After learning it takes 72 days for sperm to mature, I decided DH and I would go on a 90 day high vitamine detox diet, to make sure we both had clean healthy systems when we started trying. So we ate diets high in Tomatoes, salmon and baby spinach. DH took a zinc pill every day (since that's what you lose high doses of when you "expell") and I took a prenatal vitamine every day. Then we just made sure to have sex on the day I was Ovulating, and I stuck a pillow under my hips and went right to sleep. Worked the first time.

    I would'nt say we were highly fertal to begin with, because we had been having unprotected sex for 5 years. This was just when we made sure our bodies were ready.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy
    The man needs time for his body to replenish quality sperm so he should only ejaculate every 2 days - with or without you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LG.
    fertility specialists usually require people to try for a year, but it's a shorter period of time if you're, um, a little older.

    BTW, I found out today a friend of mine is expecting. Her file was stamped AMA, which stands for Advanced Matnernal Age. She's 37.

    I was 37 when I delivered and I was marked the same. They consider it high risk because of your age. A friend of mine is 35 and they consider her high risk too. They just take extra percautions, I think I had 5 ultrasounds. As long as you are healthy and not having any problems, no big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stargazer
    However, as I'm sure a lot of women can tell you, bleeding and cramping is sometimes very serious. Always bring it up and keep bringing it up to your doctor.
    This is so true. I got pregnant eventually after years of trying, and started having some spotty bleeding. I was diagnosed as having a miscarriage, and had a d&c, then seven days later, I barely made it to the hospital in time to be rushed in for emergency surgery...I had had an ectopic pregnancy and came within hours of dying. I had never felt right about the miscarriage diagnosis, but didn't act on my uneasiness, and it cost me a fallopian tube, and almost my life. So do make sure you are in tune with your body.

    On a happier note, my sister had her first (and only) baby at the age of 42, so these miracles do happen.
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    Again I want to thank everyone that has given me some good advice. Please keep your fingers crossed for this to be the month
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    Aww..best of luck to you, combatcutie. I really wish the best of luck to you!
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    Hi All, I am prego too! I didn't even know this thread was on here!
    I will be 20 weeks next week. On Tues we will hopefully find out what we are having! I already have a beautiful 2 1/2 year old daughter.
    Let's see, what I can remember to reply to from the previous posts:

    When I told my Dr we were trying, she told me to have sex everyday from 12 days after the start of my last period. But I don't remember when she said to stop. Anyways, if you are regular, you should be OK, I think problems come up when you aren't regular.

    Do not touch my belly! I hate that. I think I must radiate that because my first pregnancy, only once did I have a stranger ask me if she could & I was like 39 weeks pregnant.

    I am due Aug 31st & my 35th birthday will be Aug 10th. I am considered AMA! The Dr also recomended an amnio & I wasn't going for that. But there is a new test that they can do. It is just 5 DROPS of blood & an ultrasound to measure the fluid behind the baby's neck. It can detect 2 major birth defects. Anyways, it came out OK for us. I also have the AFP test at 16 weeks. I never heard back, so I am assuming that everything is OK.

    I pretty much love being prego, but not because I'm some earthy-birthy mamma. I just feel pretty good. I didn't have morning sickness. I think this week is the first week that I am actually wearing maternity clothes too. First time I only gained 33 pounds & I seem on track for that this time too. Dr is getting mad at me for not gaining any weight. But don't hate me, I was cursed with an almost 9 pound baby!!! We'll see how big this one is!!!

    I gotta go back to work, but I can't wait to read what everyone else has to say!
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    pfeifferdcat, I am also considered AMA. I was for my second pregnancy as well. Like you, I chose not to have an amnio with this pregnancy or with my previous pregnancies. We chose to do the Level II Ultrasound and take it from there if they found any visible signs of problems.

    The funny thing is, I'm actually young compared to a lot of the new moms I know. Several of our friends are older than I am and just starting out. Anyway, Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hepcat
    Yeah, and to add on to what Roses said, my sister's advice to me was that if we didn't get results in a few months, lie and tell the doctor you've been trying for a year. Otherwise, you'll be sent home with the advice, "Wait until you've tried for a year."
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    I agree with what hep said. A friend of mine spent OVER a year trying before her doctor would do anything. It turned out to be something relatively minor and she was able to get pregnant right away. The time she spent trying though was very stressfull and frustrating when a few minutes at a specialist identified the problem.

    I have another friend who tried for "3" years with no luck. She finally decided to go see a specialist...on the first visit he told her she didn't need to be there because she was already pregnant.

    Fertility is such an odd thing. Each person is different and has different issues. You rarely know what they are until you are emotionally invested in the process.

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