I am 23 years old and my fiancee and I have tried for 2 months to get pregnant, I have even made some lifestyle changes by quitting smoking. Taking it easier. Trying to eat more meals a day as opposed to one big one a say. I'm trying to get a little more active But I still can't seem to get pregnant. I miscarried before and ever since then its been a down hill battle. I get large cysts on my ovaries frequently but none of my doctors have informed me that its anything to worry about. I don't want to consider IVF until it has been over a year. So I would like to know how i can improve my odds.I already chart in my calender with My Days App and another app to see when my fertility is. So that is why Its so disheartening that I haven't conceived yet. My Mother in Law keeps rubbing it my face that her son and his girlfriend do. And I don think its make this better. Help anyone? maybe some herbs or natural thing that I can try?View Thread
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