trying to conceive

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      im trying to conceive for the last 10 months but im unable to get pregnant. ive had my checkup with the gynacologist, but my doctor says that ive got no problem. ive got irregular and very heavy periods with severe pain and cramps. what should i do?


        hey how u going i’m sorry to hear about you not being able to concieve i had the same problem a year or two ago with my fiance we had been trying for over a year and we both had had the check ups and everything was fine with both of us and we couldn’t understand why we couldn’t get pregnant but then we started using those ovulation kits and they helped us alot and within 3 months i was pregnant and we were so happy but unfortunately i lost my baby in the 5ft month. so my advice to u is try using one of them its great if u have irregular periods or get ur doctor to do one for you. i wish u the best of luck and hope you get pregnant soon.


          Well I can honestly say when you give up trying is usually when you get pregnant. I know that my husband and I tried for 6 months to get pregnant with out first daughter. After six months of false hopes I gave up thinking the birthcontrol had cause me to where I would never be able to have another child. Now I had been on birth control for about 3 years then was off bith control for 2 years when we started trying to get pregnant. Well when i gave up all hope of ever having a child with my now husband is when i got pregnant. I had to give up all hope even in my heart. It is hard to let go of the fact of not being able to have a child but try it. I convinced myself that my husband and I would never have children together, that we would just raise the daughter I had from a previous relationship. You know it can’t hurt anything to try.

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