Markell I have a question for you .How does one take the Maca Root Powder.Since you have been taking it for 2 mnths your experience is what i need most and where do i buy it .PLZ help running out of time.View Thread
Sorry to hear about your fears please don't be heartbroken i am also in the same position as you are and am keeping believing that one day we will get our dreams realized and i wish the same for you .Giving up is not an option please stay strong will be praying for you also .View Thread
Last year spring i was pregnant and for the first time ,am 39 yrs of age so myself and my partner were quite happy i was 15 wks when i lost my baby.Talk about heart broken and extremly painfull. Still get email about the baby age and whatthe baby is supposed to do at this age . We are trying again and as you said our hearts can ache as were not immediately successful. I am so emotional at times whenever i talk about pain about losing our baby am saddend because this is something we both wanted and still do am scared because am older now by 8mths now . Bottom line i hope monthlynot to see my menses securing my pregnancy and assuring me that i can indeed have a baby Till then i'll remain watchful Hopeful MamaView Thread
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