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    elitaui posted:
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    tisha_guce responded:
    Hi there, I am a mother to a five year old girl. And I know some moms who had a hard time to conceive before. Most of the wives I know also have an everyday work. So, what they did was take their time off from work (to be stress free) and also with their respective husbands. Had their second honeymoon for about 2 to 4 weeks and after that most of them conceived. Also, they visited first their doctors for them to know when is their ovulation period. And I also have a link here which I hope could help you predict with your ovulation. Good luck http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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