In all of the developed world, there are fertility clinics with specialists who do testing and advising (and helping) couples get pregnant. Usually referrals are not made to these until twelve or more months of serious trying have passed. We lesser physicians have some recommendation but they are not in the same league as fertility consultants.
1. Woman on her back with kness raised as far as comfortable.
2. After ejaculation, the man removes himself carefully to leaves as much semen as possible where it does its good.
3. Woman remains on her back with knees high (hips elevated) for twenty minutes or more.
One item overlooked is timing and frequency of sex. It takes a while for the male to recover after ejaculation and have his semen rich with sperm. Sperm lives in the woman's reproductive tract for up to four days (fine have been noted but not frequently), but it is disappearing at a rather rapid rate after about a day. Given all this, we recommend sex about every 48 hours from the end of your period until the beginning of the next. This means that there will be live viable sperm in the uterus, and fallopian tubes, for the entire month.
We also know that only one in four women who have sex during their egg's fertility period (about a day as it travels down the fallopian tube) has a successful pregnancy.
The next step up is to take your temperature first thing each morning - FIRST thing - before getting out of bed. A spike in the temperature indicates ovulation (so do some other things). Do a search on basal temperature technique, pregnancy. That will give you detailed guidance.
Two months of serious trying give no reason for alarm. Good luck.
Posted: 30 Sep 19:12