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    I'm only 24 and have been trying for a year.
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    thinktink513 posted:
    I can't understand why i could have a baby at 17 but can't have one anow. In need help desperately. Please post answers i need.
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    tanishia51386 responded:
    Our bodies are constantly changing and problems can appear out of nowhere. I had a daughter when I was 20, now almost 6 years later I been ttc for 20mths mths with no luck. Also it may not even be you thats the problem but probably half the time it's our men that will have the fertility issue. In my case it's my husband with low sperm count. Stating he isnt the father of my daughter who is from a previous relationship. Hope this helped give you some kind of answer you were looking for.
    Lilya Jo Dec.2,2006
    TTC since july,2010


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