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    BamberJ11 posted:
    me and my husband are now trying to have a baby both of us talked about it and we both want one now but i was on the depo shot for probably about a year and a half or 2 years and i have been off of it for almost a year now. i was just wondering if any one had any tips for us, so far we have had no luck but hopefully we will soon
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    s2bmama responded:
    good luck i was on the shot for almost three yrs and been on the pill for eight months and now were trying if it helps use the ovulation calculater on this site thats what im trying nnow so GOOD LUCK AN BABY JUJU


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