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    is something wrong with me.
    krissyc92 posted:
    I'm 20 years old and me and my husband are trying to conceive fast. He is in the marines and is slotted to deploy in 10 months and we really want to get pregnant and hopefully have the baby before he leaves. We have been trying for 3 months and nothing. i am very healthy and have not used birth control for the past three years. Am I infertile?
    natausha32 responded:
    I very seriously doubt that you are infertile. 3 months is a short time to be trying and you probably just need to give it some more time. When I was 20 I tried so hard to get pregnant for a whole year. I didn't get pregnant until I gave up on trying. A lot of times the problem is just the fact that you are focusing and hoping to get pregnant so hard that you begin to stress about it. My advice... Don't focus so hard and try to relax about it. It will happen. Good luck

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