CL of the DNA/Paternity community. Have one son, aged 7. Have also had one "vanished twin" at 8 weeks pregnancy, a miscarriage of identical twins at 9 weeks pregnancy, and two chemical pregnancies. Had scar tissue from the twins' miscarriage that required removal by u
[More]ltrasound-guided D&C, and while there they removed my uterine septum. We live in the country with five cats and a small dog, a number that changed a two summers back when our two Golden Retrievers died. A year ago fall we got a notably charming kitten.
Interests: Maternal issues, conception and contraception, infants and children, animals
Interests:job hunting, life in other cultures, Pets, Gardening, who the baby daddy questions
Just a quick note to say hi! I saw the post in menopause. I have medication resistant depression since menopause. I can buy hormones here at a pharmacy. ( I'm out of the USA. Do you know if your pill contains progesterone too ? Thanks. Maxy
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