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    we did it!!!!!
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    Anon_67498 posted:
    My husband and I have been off the pill for 3 years now. we both have one child from a previous relationship. we pretty much had come to the conclusion it wasn't going to happen for us and low and behold, we had gotten to point of finally being ok with not having a child together and it happened!!!!! wow!! 3 years! don't give up people! we didn't do anything special and I am over 35 now ( we were both young with our firsts). it can happen! we r very excited!
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    cybersas1975 responded:
    pray the little one stays in there and is healthy... we have been waiting...
     
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    Yvette Smith, MD, MPH responded:
    Wonderful news! Congrats, congrats, congrats.


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