I have been having a lot of troubles getting pregnant and with my menstrual cycle, and i'm really starting to get depressed. I am only 24 years old. I went a year without getting my period (3 years ago) and was put on birth control. they did a blood test on my to see why i wasn't getting my period and my DHEAS level are higher then normal. I recently decided i wanted to get off birth control, and try to get pregnant, July 2013. When i went off the birth control i thought it would fix my system so i would start getting my period on my own. i was right! i have been regularly getting my period now since the end of July. I know i am ovulating, because i went to my doctor and she did some blood tests. Now its been 5 months of trying and im worried! there must be something wrong with me! my spouse has a child with someone else before me and i want a child together and i feel like its never going to happen for me and im really starting to get depressed. Does anyone have these same issues? can anyone give me some advice?View Thread
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