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    Want to get pregnant
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    Jessgar posted:
    Hi. I really would like support and help. I really want to get pregnant. I have a regular cycle and i keep my ovulation calculator. We try and try and every month i feel that im getting my period and yes it comes. I dont know whats wrong.
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    Leah25Brooke2 responded:
    Have you been to the Dr about the problem? He can run tests to find out if something is wrong or if you just need to give it more time.
    Me(26) DH(29) DD 3.5 TTC 2 16 mos. 5 rounds of clomid - unsuccessful. Natural BFP - EDD 8/7/13


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