My husband I have been trying to conceive for just over a year now and no luck. I feel that I can't get pregnant because of my weight problem, but even when I lost a bunch of weight, I still couldn't get pregnant. I have a lot of stress on me due to drama from his kids mom, college, work, etc. and I know none of those help trying to get pregnant. I know that the drama and work are never going to go away and I'm so worried that I am never going to have any kids of my own and it's truly depressing. I really don't know what it is that is causing me not to get pregnant - I need help! I need all the advice I get about how to destress, how to lose weight, etc. Thank you!!
You may want to look into yoga, tai chi, painting, etc. classes as a way to relieve some stress. Your doctor may have some good ideas and will be able to clear you for starting an exercise plan if you'd like to start one.
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