Hello, am trying to conceive for more than 2 years, and still waiting for my big day...my conservative Indian...
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Hello, am trying to conceive for more than 2 years, and still waiting for my big day...my conservative Indian family keeps my stress levela always at the peak...getting stressed and being damn sensitive..pls help me to fight my obesity and stressView Thread
I am 44 and have been trying to conceive for the past five years. have undergone IUI treatments without success though I was producing about five follicles with Clomid and HMG 150IU. I decided to go for IVF but my treatment was cancelled because no follicle was seen. I took HMG450 daily and Buserelin for seven days. Does it mean I cannot produce eggs again? I am very depressed right now. I need advice on what to do.View Thread
I'll be 36 on Saturday & currently TTC for the1st time. My OB suggested Pregntiude so I ordered it & have been on it for a month now. I just started my cycle on Monday and my cramps are a little worst than usual. But also my ovaries are aching terribly. I also have clomiphene 50 mg which i'm suppose to start taking tonight but i'm scared.
Has anyone else had these symptoms while taking Pregnitude?View Thread
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