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    Overweight and trying to get pregnent
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    An_260104 posted:
    Does being overweight impact my chances of getting pregnent? Should I lose 50 pounds to get back to my normal weight. Weight gain was from prior pregnancy.
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    mommab89 responded:
    I have been told it can impact it BUT i also have several friends who are well over 100 lbs overweight and they can concieve like it is nothing. I would discuss with your doctor.
     
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    kristine403 responded:
    Hi, my doctor also said that it can really affect with conceiving. I also know some women who are over weight and they had a hard time conceiving. If you're hubby is also over weight I think he should also lose some weight. And the best thing is to go to your doctor to know what the right thing to do. Let me also share here with you a site I've been using to track my ovulation and I hope it could also help you. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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