Hopefully I will get this post right, as my last didn't go over to well. I'm 35 and TTC after a tubal reversal. I have 2 children 14 and 10 which were unexpected pregnancies when I was very young (Failed BC hence tying of the tubes) I have been remarried for 8 years now and we have been TTC since Nov of last year. I had a chemical pregnancy just last week. I don't have an RE in my area (closest one is over 3 hours away) so I have resorted to using the OB who untied my tubes. He said that the CP is a good thing. It means my tubes are open and pregnancy is possible. I just can't wrap my head around how this is a good thing just yet. I was hoping for someone who may have gone through or knows someone who has gone through this process before and may have some supporting words of advice. I have so many questions but at this point i'm afraid to ask any of them due to being a newbie and getting hate replies on what all I did wrong or didn't do to optimize our chances of getting pregnant sooner due to my AMA. I feel like charting will make me obsessive (as if i'm not already obsessive enough!) DH always says just relax, when its time it will happen. Any thoughts or success stories out there?