We have been ttc for a little over a year now. I was diagnosed with PCOS about 7 months ago and my hubby has his own issues... It's been extremely horrible going through all this and it's had its effects on our marriage, both good and bad. My husband is absolutely amazing and is more than I could ever ask for. It kills him to see me cry month after month as the test comes out neg and he tries his hardest to keep positive, but lately he is getting very stressed about our sex life. He says this has completely taken all the spontinuity out of it and it seems more like a job or a chore now. I am really trying to not let him know directly when it's "time" and trying everything I can to keep things spontanious, but it seems like its not really helping. Anyone have any advice for me???
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