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    An_247896 posted:
    Hello everyone. I hope someone can help. I am almost 39 and I have been trying to conceive for almost 12month. I usually have pretty regular period, but for the last 3 month my period last 1 day and then only linger. I even got test it, but negative. I would have love to gotten pregnant ealier in life but I did not meet my husband until I was 35. I did not wanted to be a single mother I saw what my mother when thru with us. I am wondering if there is anyone out there with any advice for me.
    or maybe I am to old.
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    mawunyo responded:
    never give up...God will do a miracle for you soon.


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