Dh and i decided that we would like to start a family. We just started trying last week. My question is, is there anything that we should be doing to help, Im going to start taking prenatiels this weekend. Im kinda a bit nervous with the TTC since ive had 2 MC in the past 2 years. So any advice would be great!
I've 2 miscarriages (Dec. 2004 and May, 2006) and it is a tough thing to get through. When I got pregnant in 2010 with my dd, I was worried all the time. I found these videos on Youtube really helpful. This woman has had 3 miscarriages and was still trying. I have been following her ever since. She just got pregnant for the 4th time. She has ttc videos following her progress and giving suggestions that help.
Her name on is mammaj55. She explains the process and her faith really help me want to start trying again. I hope it helps.
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