I am a 29 year old mother of 3 1/2 year old.I became pregnant on the first month we tried last time, although it was a very difficult pregnancy. We have now been trying to conceive since 11/10 without success. I have a regular cycle every 30 days,and use OPK to know when to try. We started help with a fertility clinic.Every test so far for me and my husband has come back normal, but yet we are still not pregnant. I am scheduled for the HSG test next week. Can stress cause infertility? I've been told that I should consider accupuncture by other moms. I get the constant questioning by others why we haven't had other children. My daughter even started praying every night for a baby brother without an idea even being placed by my husband or I. I feel so guilty that my inability to handle my high stress and anxiety may be the root cause of our problem.View Thread
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