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    An_218278 posted:
    My boyfriend and I have been trying to conceive since december, and we have a had sexual intercourse everyday. I have been having irregular menstrual cycles alot lately also. Is there any suggestions?
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    rissa89 responded:
    sometimes if you want to be pregnant really badly it will effect your cycle just enough to get you excited and then bam it shows up one morning and steals away all your hopes. At least thats how it was for me with my first baby. it wasnt until I gave up completely that it took. Just try and relax and have fun. Enjoy the time together and it will happen when its meant to. There is a point where you may want to consult a fertility specialist but I wouldnt go that rout just yet. Have lots of sex. Thats what my friend told me and it worked.
     
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    ginrox responded:
    With my last pregnancy and my current one we tried for over 6months. It wasn't until we stopped trying that we got pregnant.


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