thanks i have a dr.s apt net month to talk to him about it and see what he will say am hopeing he cn help me out but im starting to get worried that i wont be able to conceive and so is my fiance b. its been about 7 and a half months and stll nothing not even symptoms of anything so we ae geing upset with it all now but thank you for the advice i will talk to my dr. about it and wishing yo the best alsoView Thread
hi i am new to this site and i am not sure what i am really suppossed to say or any thing but like my fiance and i have been trying for 6-7mnth now and nothin my dr has told me to try maternity heath multi vitamins with folic acid i got off my b.c about 8mnths ago and still nothing should i speak to another dr. about my problem?View Thread
so my fiance and i have been trying for about 7 months now i am taking vitamins and keeping count of days after my cycle and checking my temprature what am i doing wrong? can someone please help meView Thread
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