My husband and I have been TTC for over 2 years and unfortunally our first pregnancy ended with a miscarriage (3/1o/o7). We have finally got the A-okay to start trying again and are very eager but I'm concerned about ovulation being the main issue for it taking so long for us to get pregnant. My cycles are very irregular every 29-35 days and I'm guessing the ovulation is somewhere in the middle, but honestly I really can't tell when. We've been keeping a temp chart for the past 7 months and reviewing this with our doctor and she said my ovulation is way out there, including 2x in a few of the months.She really wants to put us on meds but I'm not ready for this. I'm not a medicine person (ie. I opt for no clomid or anything other drugs but I may have to lean taht direction soon) at all hence why it could be taking so long though, maybe I need some help. I'm curious if there are any major signs that I should be looking for? Any home remedies that I need to try? One of my friends even said to me that she has stomach pain right before she ovulates and to keep track if I have pain, can this be so? I think I would have noticed pain. Any advice with ovulation is really helpful. Thanks.
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