There is only about a 20% chance every month for a healthy woman to become pregnant. One of the many reasons why child birth is called a miracle.
A couple that I knew tried for three years to have a baby. They were successful two times but both pregnancies ended in miscarriage. She was told that she was unable to have children after that due to complications. They divorced and she went on with her life. She met a man, fell in love and now has a son. Sometime it's just a matter of being in the right situation at the right time.
One or the other of the couple is unhealthy in that regard, even though "otherwise healthy".
Childbirth is NOT a fricking miracle. Any female cat, rat, or dog can do it (if otherwise healthy).
BTW, if you are religious, consider that "God" is telling you something.
There is a small window of time as to when a woman can actually get pregnant - exactly from the 7th to the 14th day from the LAST day of her period.
Sometimes focusing on it too much and stressing makes it not happen either. Relaxing and not worrying about it is helpful.
I agree too that the time may just not be right either.
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