thanks i do have a throid problem that is crontroled with meds. they say that my hormoes are good. i chuck it up to being over weight and haveing diabiets thats crontroled with meds. it hurts to see other big women haveing babys and relizeing my little girl is proably all ill ever have i mean shes 4.View Thread
I havent had a peori in over 6 months now and my ob says he cant find no reason im not haveing them. my regular dr. sai my hormone levels are good. we have a 4 year old and we want a sister or brother for her i ont unerstand whats wrong with me its so discourgeing cause the dr say they dont see no reason we cant have another baby. I feel so bad acause i feel like im leting my husband down. I dont have money to go seee a fertility specialist. im about ready to quit trying.View Thread
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