I am 35 yrs old, no kids, and my boyfriend and I have been trying to get pregnant since October of this year with no success yet. I'm a bit worried that it would never happen for us.
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4 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:worriedI am 35 yrs old, no kids, and my boyfriend and I have been trying to get pregnant since October of this year with no success yet. I'm a bit worried that it would never happen for us.
Yessenia19, IT DEFINITELY WILL HAPPEN FOR YOU! Women have children in their 40s, but for you it will happen next year...just claiming it
What did your ob/gyn tell you?
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Report This| Share this:worriedYessenia19, IT DEFINITELY WILL HAPPEN FOR YOU! Women have children in their 40s, but for you it will happen next year...just claiming it <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif" align="top" border="0"><br /><br />What did your ob/gyn tell you?
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