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    Iud out 8 months and still not pregnant
    lynngoldi posted:
    Im am very worried! I had A copper iud in for 6 months and 8 months ago got it removed We have been trying to get pregnant and no luck yet. I'm very worried that the iud made me infirtle. We are trying for our first child, I m 36 and we want a least two children. I prey that we get pregnant any day ne but continue to be very worried. Anyone know anything about this?
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It can take a healthy couple up to a year to get pregnant, even with perfect timing.

    Since you've been trying for over 6 months and you're over 35 (the magical age when women are considered older moms) you may need to see a doctor.

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