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4 years, no pregnancy?
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morganbrianna posted:
My boyfriend and I have been having unprotected sex for 4 years now, and still no baby. My periods are irregular. Sometimes I don't see one for 3 or 4 months. Then it'll be regular for 2 months, and then irregular again. My cycle is out of whack and I don't know why. We don't use condoms because he is allergic to latex, and I was on nuvaring for 1 useage. It did weird things to my body, so I didn't take it.
I am 110 pounds and 5'6. 20 years old.
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Anu06 responded:
Hey dear.

Firstly you have to regular periods.so being pregnant use Homecheck Ovulation Test Kit . It track exact time for conception.
 
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celma responded:
Hy I have experienced the same thing. My periods were every irregular and I was trying for years. A friend told me to buy selenium tablets and I started noticing more my ovulations and have a gorgeous 4 year old boy.
good luck

p.s you can but selenium from holand and barrets
 
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Anu06 replied to celma's response:
No dear...

Now you can buy selenium from Homecheck . It supports healthy immune function, cardiovascular system, liver function, eyes and lung development in the infant.
http://www.home-check.net.in/female-fertility/selenium-liquid.html


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