I think one thing you can start with is eat healthy food, reduce stress, have relax days focused on just that alone and try to excercise occassionly. Make sure you get enough sleep daily, and keep a daily journal of your different activities.Also, keep in mind of the date you ovulate and as well as, the symptoms you may experience.View Thread
I understand where you're coming from.I conceived when I was in my late teens and sadly had a lost at less than 2 months. I knew I had to wait until my reproductive system matured before I tried again.So, I decided to go to the doctor. They told me to use birth control pills. The next month I conceived. I hope my story was helpful.View Thread
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