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    Never used BC Pill & TTC
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    bshah2 posted:
    I am 36 years old and got married last year with my boy friend. We are trying to have our first baby for last 3 months but no hope. I do not drink or smoke, maintain a healthy lifestyle. I have never used any BC pill.[br>[br>I am have my periods in b/w 28-31 days, last month it was on 8th and the month before it was on 10th. In 2009 I was diagnosed with Endometriosis and was given Depot Lupron shot. It did not work & I had no period for about 6 months. I switched to Natural Therapy- Yoga & Herbal meditation. This helped me a lot I do not feel any more discomfort or pain of Endometriosis for last 1&1/2 years.[br>[br>After this Depot Lupron shot I lost my orgasm, Is that a serious medical condition & preventing me to conceive? Any thought plz share? Is there any way to increase my chance to get orgasm? [br>[br>My body can not take any medication, I am raised like this, using all herbal medications. [br>[br>Any suggestion on TTC to increase my chance to conceive will be appreciated.


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