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meetee posted:
I am 36 years old and TTC. I have been trying for a year and some months now but its hard to say because my spouse travels a lot and I have just recently learnt to use the digital clearblue ovulation kit but before then I did a blood test with my doctor to check my ovulation and she said I was fine and need to spend more time with spouse. However, I decided to test myself using the digital ovulation kit...I used the advanced digital ovulation kit in September and saw the smiley face which was a relief but this month I bought the normal digital clearblue ovulation kit and tested during fertile days every morning and no smiley face. Its been six days and no smiley face so I am frustrated and wondering what is happening.
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faith232 responded:
My partner and I have been trying for a baby for over two years now, We were going to a fertility clinic for about 5 months before somebody told us to contact this spell caster who is so powerful, We contacted him at this email; mokospellcaster@gmail.com , for him to help us, then we told him our problem, he told us that she we either conceive in January 2013 or February 2013,but after two years of trying we were at a point where we were willing to try anything. And I'm glad we came to Dr Moko, Because he predictions put us at ease, and I honestly believe him, and his gods really helped us as well, I am thankful for all he has done.


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