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    gigifrog posted:
    I am 34 and just starting to take clomid, hoping for success My husband and I have been trying for 5 year and we have had 1 miscarriage, no children yet for us. Just looking for support
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    butterflys97 responded:
    Hi Hun I just turned 35 two weeks ago and I'm on my 3rd cycle of clomid so I am on the same boat.. I have had 4 miscarriages back to back in the last 2 yrs or so. I have had children and carried full term my youngest is 10..I don't know what's happening with my body....but I am desperate for another baby since the tragic loss of my first son...It's been a long difficult journey hopefully with a happy ending for me..sending baby dust your way..hopefully our time will come soon


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