My DH and I are having an argument as to the amount of time we have been trying to conceive. It is important to know because he goes into the urologist next week and I want to know the correct amount of time. I have been off birth control for over a year and a half now, we have not used protection since I went off of it (like the day after our honeymoon). We didn't start to get serious (using OPK and the basal) until April. He thinks that even though we were hoping to get pregnant (and expecting it to happen naturally by just doing it) since we got back from our honeymoon, our TTC time didn't start until we used the OPK and such - which was almost a year later. I just want to get the facts straight for the doctor. Let me know what you think.
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