My Infertility Journey Part 1: Trying on My Own
By Claire Lee
12 March 2022
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to be any form of medical advice. Please seek consultation with a Physician if you have queries on fertility treatment.
Saving up before family planning may bite you if you delay it for too long
For the first two years of our marriage, many people urged us to hurry and make a baby. Many commented on the potential of a super cute kid because my husband was from a foreign race. Well sure, that may be a bonus but all I ask is a healthy baby. But hubby and I were more focused on making money and saving money. We wanted some sort of financial freedom, well more like financial comfort, before we started planning for a family. Plus we thought we were young. I was 25 when I got married (Yes I’m 36 this year, the year of the Tiger 2022) and he was 28. We thought we’ve got loads of time, or so we thought.
San Francisco: Relocation has its pros and cons. You may delay family planning if you are not too sure of your long term situation.
Tip: Start testing your urine every morning from Day 7-10 of your period
Ovulation medication to help with ovulating will increase your chances
So for those of you new on this journey, I hope this article would be helpful and give you some insights into family planning. This journey isn't easy. Trust me. I know. Part 2 of this article, I will be sharing my experience with all the different gynecologists I've met on this journey. So perhaps you can have a comparison with your existing gynecologist and determine if you've found the right one for your family planning. If you like this article, please do share with others and back link this article. Thank you for reading and I wish you best of luck if you are TTC (trying to conceive)