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    An_247819 posted:
    I Tryingto conceive can be a really heartbreaking goal. You would think that it would be easy especially all you need is to have unmprotected sex, but it's not. These last two months when my cycle arrives I become very sadden by the arrival of my cycle when I use to be quite content when she came, now she upset me, makes me cry, makes me feel like I let my husband down when I have to say were not pregnant. And I thought, it would be easy because I have had a child he's older now. How can you love someone you never even met, how can you feel joy about something that has not even happen and how can wanting to become pregnant bring you so much happiness and grief all at the same time. Just sharing my feeling. Thanks.
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