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    jharp73 posted:
    Ok so I am new here and have a question. DH & I have been TTC since May this year. Still nothing. We've been temping and having sex every other day according to my ovulation calender.

    In March or April I had my Mirena removed. I was having crazy mood swings and of course no AF. The DR. said that it had started to inbed into the wall of my uterus. Not sure if this affected me.

    I am at a loss. I have been preg twice with out trying. I know I am older but still this is hard.

    Is there any advice to maybe help?
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