"At 40 we started fertility. Periods always very regular, sometimes 25 or 26th day and I suspected I was not ovulating some months at 40. At that time FSH around the 6 mark. Pregnant after 4 months - missed miscarriage. 5 months later..."
"I haven't been on medhelp since I had my baby girl. She just turned 2 and she's the light of our lives. I honestly never even contemplated having a second until I noticed how much our daughter started crave the interaction with her cou..."
Thanks for the congrats and glad to see you back on here. Trey was conceived naturally after trying for nine months. Was just about to give up but tried again and conceived on Xmas day. Was taking prenatals and baby aspirin. Would recommend trying Preseed. Was using that for previous conception and it certainly can't hurt. Good luck!
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