I will keep you in my prayer and hope you are successful in getting pregnant. Try not to lose weight too quickly and remember even losing ten pounds can help you on your way. LOTS OF BABY DUST TO YOU AND ME. MOSTLY YOU.View Thread
Hi ladies, I am glad I found someone who I think I can communicate with. I am in my early Forties and have been trying to have a baby for the past two years. Had a baby ten years ago that lived for ten days due to some mistake by the doctor, had a MC last year. Dont have signs of pregnancy and was told by my doctor that everything is fine with me with the exception that I have a low reading with my LH hormone. Each I expect to be pregnant and nothing happen. Both my partner and I have no kids and would love to have the patter of little feet around the house except our pets. We do the BD all the time some times more than 15 times a week. Now thats alot of of BD, I am now upset and jealous when I see other babies. How do you deal with this kind of problem when you want something so bad and cannot have it.View Thread
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