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    I am a mother that wants to concieve
    An_256023 posted:
    I am currently a mother already my son is 3years old and ii want to conceived with him 3 weeks in trying. I am now 22 and my husband to be is 36.. he has never had any children but I did conceived but lost my daughter at 16 weeks. she was stillborn. now we have been trying and haven't been able to conceive. I have very irregular periods. it skips months and I want it to try and become regular. so I can have another blessing but im beginning to be frustrated. been to the doctors and im very fertile. and he has a good sperm count. we just aren't conceiving

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    atti_editor responded:

    How long have you and your husband to be been trying to conceive? It can take a healthy couple (which you have determined from your doctor visit) up to a year to conceive, so don't be discouraged!

    You might find the articles in our couples guide on trying to conceive helpful. Have you been charting your fertility to time when you have the best chance of becoming pregnant? This article has some information on charting fertility cycles that you may find helpful. Also, here are 7 tips for getting pregnant faster that may interest you and a pregnancy to-do list that covers things like vitamins to take, lifestyle changes you might want to make and more.

    Best of luck!
    dipens responded:
    HEy dear,
    I observed that both of age.
    There is a much difference between you and your hubby. Age will be mattering in this fertility problem. You need to meet fertility experts like Morpheus IVF .
    Meet fertility specialists they will give you proper idea by doing some tests of you and your hubby.
    Take care.

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