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Old 07-11-17, 08:58 AM
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Hey! So my fiancé & I have been TTC for a year now with no luck. We've done everything. From trying to eat right to even the crazy positions. It's been pretty hard on the both of us. Seems me more than him, but he's a man & you know they don't like to show emotion when it comes to that stuff lol. But there has been times he's broke down & cried. I'm 18, he's 20. We are perfectly healthy. We don't understand why this is happening to us. ( & please no negative words. We have a stable income & a home. Anything negative will be deleted.) I track my period with an app & my cycle is on an average of 47 days. If you have ANY advice that may help, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 07-28-17, 06:51 AM
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Download the ovia app , they give great tips and you can basically chat with other user and maybe get some insight on this . Good luck ; sending baby dust your way .
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Old 11-09-17, 10:10 AM
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Hey honey. Don’t give up just now. It sounds like you have. You are still so young. There is plenty of time for you to figure something out. Don’t worry. I’m sure the future has a lot of great things in store for both of you. Sometimes infertility can be more than just skin deep. Eating healthy fixes a lot but not everything. I would recommend going to a doctor. Preferably a fertility specialist. Ask them for the cause. There are hundreds of possibilities. Once you know the problem, only then can you fix it. Good luck!
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Old 11-09-17, 10:11 AM
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Hey dear. 18 is too young to give up. You have your entire lives ahead of you. How long have you both been trying for? These things tend to take time. A few months is no reason for alarm. Still, going to a doctor won’t harm you. It’s never too early to visit the doctor. Visit an OB. Ask for a complete medical evaluation. This way you can pinpoint the cause. Then you will know why you are unable to conceive. Then ask the doctor about how to proceed. Hopefully, it will be something easy to fix. Just hang in there.
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Hello Kayla. I know what you are going through. Having trouble conceiving can really hurt. It leaves an emotional scar. The important thing to remember is that you are still young. Not too early to start a family, but definitely too early to start worrying. You need to remain strong. Also, help your partner stay strong. Keep trying. Visit a doctor. Hopefully, the doctor will prescribe some medication to help you. If not, then there are other treatment options too. IVF can work wonders for some couples. Similarly, surrogacy is a viable option too. Just don’t give up.
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