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Starting June 1: Free fertility support!
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yonimomtility posted:
MOMtility was started by two fertility nurses who had themselves experienced infertility and/or high-risk pregnancies. Our service provides one-on-one support (through phone or live video) with nurses who can answer questions, teach, or even just listen.
Beginning June 1 we are offering our services for free for a limited time as part of our 'summer of support.' We operate in NY, MA, and MD. Feedback welcome and appreciated!
www.MOMtility.com
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consuella responded:
Appreciation to chief oduwa legba for the great help for making me pregnant today after 4years of barrenness and all the insult from my husbands family for not able to conceive and have a child for my lovely husband,i thought all hope was lost until i saw how a woman testify from Canada how chief oduwa legba help her get pregnant naturally with the contact email and i contact him for the same help.after chief oduwa legba help i got pregnant 31days later as he said that i will conceive after 31days exactly 31days i got pregnant and am here to testify and give him the glory for the great help and assistant he has rendered to my life,contact him via on facebook (Oduduwa Ajakaye)


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