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    An_243642 posted:
    Why is it so hard for me the get pregnant?? I get pregnant one time and that was a ectopic pregnancy
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    light76 responded:
    If you are 35 years or less and have been trying for a year or if you are older than 35 years and have been trying for 6 months then you need to see a fertility doctor. The doctor might be able to figure out what is the problem.

    Good luck.
     
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    karieallen replied to light76's response:
    no because it takes your body its own time to conceive


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