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Lost 3, wanting my first miracle
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Anon_153327 posted:
I have never wanted anything more than to be a mother. After trying for 2 years, I was given Clomid and successfully became pregnant in round 1. However, that pregnancy ended at 8 weeks. After a few months off, we decided to try again, 2nd cycle of clomid and here I was pregnanat again. Sadly at 10 weeks, I suffered a severe tubal pregnancy that killed the good pregnancy inside (twins) and almost me. Now that I only have my left side working for me, I'm curious if I will ever be pregnant again. We've done nothing to prevent it for the last two years with no success. I'm 35 years old and really wanting my first baby...or twins or triplets! But my mate does not want me taking fertility drugs again...what can I do? I track my cycles and ovulation is very obvious and still no luck...30 day cycle.
I would love to know there is still hope for me or someone that can help!
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melissa_n_justin_hinckley12 responded:
theres a fertility kit called fertility cleanse kit. my husband ordered it for me and I started taking it 7 days ago so im not too far in. but I know its working bc my periods are getting better and it cleans all the toxins out of your body. and the tea you can mix with juice bc its horrible. and today is my first day on clomid so I will see how that goes. the kit is pricey 95 dollars including shipping and handling but maybe itll work for you. best of luck!


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