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    I want a baby... husband had vasectomy.. is there a chance?
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    Purdymom09 posted:
    Ok, I'm 27 been married for 4 years. In october of 2011 my husband had a vasectomy feeling like 2 kids was enough.. Lately we've been throwing around the idea of another one and he keeps saying 'if we get pregnant that'd be great' but he's had a vasectomy and he knows as well as I do that the odds of us concieving aren't in our favor..But we continue to have intercourse multiple times a day.... How long do we take the chance of trying before seeking professional help? I know it will be expensive and it would clean out our savings accounts.
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