Post # 1
I’m just curious 🙂 I found a poll for over 30s and over 35s, but not for 25-30s. That’s the bracket that I fit into, and we’ve been trying for 5 months so far with no success..
Feel free to add any tips in the comments as well 🙂
Post # 2
I am 28. 27 when I got pregnant. The first time it took 8 months but most of it was related to coming off birth control. For 6 of thode months my period was still regulating from coming off the bc. Unfortunately I miscarried but after that I had one cycle and then got pregnant.
Post # 3
I got pregnant with my daughter on my first try at 26. But then I also got pregnant the first try at 34. I think this also has to do with how specific people’s bodies work and not just about age.
Post # 4
I have gotten pregnant each month I have tried but lost the first two. Currently pregnant again and hoping for my rainbow baby.
Post # 5
We were blessed to get pregnant on the first try. I was 28, my DH was 29.
Post # 6
I was 29, now 30 and it happened the first month for us.
Post # 7
6 months the first time, but ended in a MC. Then another 4-5 months to get pregnant this time. Currently 37 weeks
Post # 8
When we started trying, I was 27 and DH was 30. I stopped taking the pill in Nov 2013, started trying January 2014…we tried for 2 cycles, started charting on the 3rd, and I got pregnant that cycle. Unfortunately, that ended in an MC…I took one cycle off following my D&C (but continued charting), and we got pregnant again our first cycle trying (July 2014).
Post # 9
Started trying when i was 25 and got pregnant the first time.
Post # 10
I’m not in your age bracket, but I wanted to say that it can be perfectly normal for it to take a year to get pregnant. If you’re still not pregnant in seven months, go see a doctor. There are so many easily fixable things that might affect your fertility. Good luck!
Post # 11
I’m 25, and currently on try 3. Hopefully it will happen soon!
Post # 12
I am 29 and got pregnant on the first try
Post # 13
I was 26, and I got pregnant the first time DH didn’t pull out. I had never been on birth control in my life, so that may have contributed to it. I know so many people who struggle/d, and I feel very fortunate.
Post # 14
I don’t have any personal experience with this but I googled it not too long ago and apparently it’s perfectly normal for it to take six months to a year for a couple to become pregnant. So don’t be discouraged!
Post # 15
Twelve months of TTC for baby #1 at 29, 1-2 months of TTC for baby #2 at 32 (and still nursing) – go figure!