well, my main tip, is enjoy it! lol Dont try and try and try, it takes the fun out. Another is I am not sure how long you have been trying, but It can take a while to concieve ( It took me three years.. but from medical reasons. Others it can take anywhere from a month to a year.) But try buying ovulation test, keeping your hips up while and after the trying to concieve. Also start to take your prenatals now. Its better for you and the baby as well. As for medication you can take. I only know of actual prescrpton meds. tht my dr prescribed Sorry. But Good Luck, I hope you and your husband get th best xmas gift ever!
it took us one month of trying to conceive. I was so surprised cuz I tried for 2 years with my ex and It was a no-go. but ashkevin is right, just enjoy it. I hope the best for you and your husband :) that would be an amazing Christmas present, for both of you :)
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