Actually, depending on your age, some fertility doctors will be willing to see you after only six months of trying. (You'd have to be over 30 or 35 for this, though.) Sometimes it can take longer to get pregnant with subsequent children than it did your first - even when the mom and dad are the same on the second go-round. DON'T WORRY TOO MUCH YET. If you're over 30, talk to your OBGYN at six months and see if you can't get into a fertility clinic. If you're under, still talk to her, if you like, but be prepared to have to wait an extra six months. And don't stress about the fertility clinic - the first thing they'll do is just basic fertility tests, nothing invasive, nothing scary. They'll test both you and your husband, and that'll give the doctor the information needed in order to recommend a course of action. Most insurances will cover at least this much of the process, but you might want to look into what your insurance covers now (just so you know). Good luck!