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    Natural ways to get pregnent
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    DevotedMomof1son posted:
    actually heard that you could take geritol and it would help
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    kakespotts responded:
    Hello there im a young 31 year old trying to get pregnent by my child hood love and nothing seems to work. I have know med-cal to help me pay for pills to help me to become pregnent .I seen a free TTC kit that i would only have to pay for that kit $9.95 for them to ship it out to me. please is there any way i can get the help that i need to make us a family.
     
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    Anu06 replied to kakespotts's response:
    Homecheck Ovulation Test Kit is best kit to be getting pregnant. It show right timing for conception.


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