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    The scan of my womb
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    mawunyo posted:
    I went for a scan of my womb and it appear that during my first birth routine due to the bigness of my son the womb is twisted on the right hand side. Can this stop me from conceiving for my husband? he is craving for children so much. What can be done to straighten up the womb so that i can conceive soon. I will welcome every help necessary.

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