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    Jessgar posted:
    Hi. We have been trying to get pregnant for about 9 months now. I calculate my ovulation and everything and we have everything good. But every month i feel my period coming and it does. Dont knwo what is wrong
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    Hyacinth Nicole Browne, MD responded:
    I know that it can be frustrating at times when you're trying to conceive. I would try on your own for another 3 months if you're ovulating. However, you should seek assistance if there are any concerns about tubal patency or male
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    las878 responded:
    Hi, Just read your post and feel like I wrote it myself..we have been trying for 7 months and same thing every month. I have been tracking my ovulation for a year and always get that "this is the month!" feeling but nope..Have your gone to see your ob/gyn yet? Mine told me to come and see her after 6 months..I'm giving oneeee more. Good luck to you!


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