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    An_254899 posted:
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    my husband and I have been trying for about two years now to get our second child, I must first say i had my first child at age 17, she is going to be thirteen this year, after giving birth at such a young age we decided that we didnt want to rush into having a second child in our teenage years so I put in the copper T (IUD), it was the one for ten years, i had it remove about 4 mths before it was ten years, and we been trying ever since then to get pregnant and nothing happen, I need help please! what is the best way to concieve? is there any thing we need to know/do, my husband is in his mid 30s am about to turn 30, and was hoping that by age thirty i would have had our second child.
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    ala817 responded:
    I think consulting with your ob-gyn should be the first thing to do.

    Then try to figure out your cycle and fertile days. Ttc on these days until ovulation then probably you may get pregnant.

    I hope you get pregnant soon!


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