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trying to conceive

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1 year ago
I've been trying to get pregnant for a few months now and I don't seem to be having any luck at all. My boyfriend and I want a baby but it's starting to seem as if I can't conceive. He already has a son so I figure it's not him and that's theirs something wrong with me. I don't know what to do. I've been stressing about it a lot lately. I have my period every month but it's always irregular. I'm just wondering how I could better my chances to conceive.

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1 year ago
Use ovulation tests. they will help you pinpoint when you are ovulating. It is very important to know when you are most fertile, unless you want to have sex every single day from now until you get a positive pregnancy test.But, at this point, if it's only been a few months, don't worry. if you are under 30, doctors like you to try to conceive on your own for at least a year before beginning fertility testing or treatments. if you are over 30, they let you try for 6months. So give yourself some more time before you start stressing.
1 year ago
Dear friend it is almost two months now since i order a pregnancy spell cast on me by Dr ZOGO from this email zogospellcasters@gmail.com and which i started seeing changes on my body since the first week of last month and it two months and i am carrying my own baby in my womb i am so happy that i finally get pregnant after all i been through. All thanks be to Dr Zogo

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