Post # 1
I hope this isn’t an insensitive post. I’m just interested to see what percentage of women got pregnant straight away versus those who have struggled. As it turns out i’m not someone who ovulates a lot so I know it’s going to take a while but I’d love to know what the success rate is for those who’ve been trying. Take the poll if you like 🙂
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2011 - Sydney, Australia
20-21 months TTC, including two rounds of IVF at the end. (I don’t ovulate.)
Post # 4
Posting just so I can come back later and see the results…
Post # 5
Interesting thread! I’m curious too.
Post # 6
I got pregnant when I was 17, not really trying……
Post # 7
So far month one is winning. How ironic. 🙂
Post # 8
i voted ‘still trying’ (as will many who are reading the TTC boards!!!) – but there are lots of these polls around if you use the search bar on the right.
We’re into month 10 at the moment…
Post # 9
still trying… we are one year in, 10th cycle
Post # 10
Post # 11
Came off BCP February 2011, two cycles of NTNP, started active TTC April 11, charting from July 11, BFP January 2012. So all up twelve months from stopping BC (no known issues for either of us).
Post # 12
Yeah, it makes sense that the people here talking about ttc are those that JUST started, and are excited, got pregnant without trying and those that are struggling, so votes will concentrate at the top and bottom.
Post # 13
I’m so surprised that the majority succeeded first time. That’s amazing 🙂
Post # 14
Oh an apologies for the repeat thread. I didn’t think to search for old ones first. Curious as to which month I’ll eventually be able to vote for!
Post # 16
I had to choose two options. It took me 17 months to get pregnant the first time, but I miscarried. I miscarried my 2nd as well and am still trying for our first living child.