I am a young mother who has been trying to conceive for the past 6 months and have had no luck... I have a history though which is causing me some doubt.. I accidently got pregnant in September of 2008 and had a miscarriage at 13 weeks(December 2009), had to have a DNC done and got pregnant again in April of 2009 (in which we were not trying just played the game when it happens it happens) and had my beautiful daughter in January of 2010, shes now 20 months and we have been trying to get pregnant for the past 6 months. I have always had a normal period, then out of no where in January 2011 they went off schedule and some months im not sure when or if I ovulate. What could cause this sudden change in hormones? Is it possible to loose fertility? I need help!! I want another baby before there is too big of a age gap!View Thread
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