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    Trying to get Preggers
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    An_239455 posted:
    So I have been reading up on my Ovulation Calendar. For two months I have been trying and still no baby signs. Although I am extremely regular. My pd takes 7 days can my calendar be wrong about my ovulation day? What are good ovulation tests? The first time I got pregnant it wasn't so hard I was 25. We tried twice that time. Now I am 28 years old, does my ovulation day change over time? I had a miscarriage my first pregnancy I was 4 months preggers when I lost the baby. It has taken me 3 years to try, am I putting too much stress on myself? Could something be wrong with me internally? I am eating healthy, which pills should I take to help?
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    roselee54321 responded:
    how are you doing now?


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