Sorry I just seen your post. I have been having the same problems. I met my husband in 2010 but we were using protecting until we got married March 1,2012. We did slip up in Jan. after the movies. I found out on Feb.23,2012 that I was 5 weeks pregnant. My stomach was hurting so I knew something was wrong. The doctors told me on the ultrasound there was blood so it is possible that I could have a miscarriage. I woke up the morning of 24th and was in a pool of blood. I ask myself what is wrong with me am I ever going to be able to at least have one child. We have been trying for 7 months and nothing yet. Yes I get the same thing to. It will happen when its your time. I believe it has been my time long ago. I am 32 I have custody of my cousin that I love with all my heart but it is not the same feeling that I want and need to give birth to my own. I cry every time my period comes on. There are some days I cry because my feelings are so strong about having my own child that it hurts. I pray, I wish, I dream ,and I hope that I day My prayers are answered and I become a Mother. I hope something good happened for you. Good Luck!!View Thread
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