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    ccmay2009 posted:
    Hello everyone my name is Tina and I am 20. I am married and have been with my husband for 4 years and married for 1 year. We have been trying to conceive since getting married. I have had 2 miscarriages; one only 2 months ago and the other 3 years ago. We are beginning to think we might need to stop trying for awhile. Should we? I know I am young but I am ready. I am already raising my niece and nephew, and would love to have one of my own. My husband is 24 and also ready to start our own family. Should I give the whole baby idea a rest? I would really like honest opinions.
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