3 years seems like a really long time. I’d suggest you move on to IVF but again, it depends on your age and other factors (insurance coverage?, finances, are you under or over 40? etc)
I had no choice and in my first attempt in my entire life of trying to have a baby, have had to go straight to IVF since #1 I am 40 and #2 my husband had a vasectomy which he doesn’t want to reverse. So we had no choice but to do IVF to get pregenant. Overall it has been okay… except for the $ (over $30K NOT covered by insurance, and we are NOT rich folks; my husband is terriified we are going to go bankrupt if we have to do more cycles) oh and the stress (caused mainly by the $). When I am done with all of this, I am going to start lobbying the insurance companies on the HORRENDOUS state of not covering IVF. It’s
We are praying that the 1st time works (waiting for pregnancy test on 12/13) but know that is not 100% realistic. Although my sister did have her 3 kids, and my mom her 4 almost all i the 1st try…
This is all to say that there are a lot of options out there, if you can afford them. My biggest concern would be waiting too long, and you wishing you had started earlier…
I guess that’s my 2 cents.
Best of luck to you,