About Me: Female, Canada, BC, member since Sep 2008
I'm 41 years old and Blessed with two Children-Son-17, Daughter-15. Own and operate a Licensed Family Daycare in my home for the last 18 years. In a Loving Relationship, with my Soul Mate for the last 5yrs. Became pregnant at 37, seven years after having tubal ligati
[More]on surgery done. SURPRISED!, and BLESSED! we were DELIGHTED! Unkowing, we lost our baby at around 10 weeks(Oct. 2008), possibly due to low progesterone. I KNOW 'ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE' THROUGH GOD! and only through him will we conceive again...Amen!
"You sure are 'Blessed!!!...But I agree, you do need a break. I would stay away from the pills, patches etc. As they are not good for your hormones or body. I would suggest the calendar method, body temp., checking your cervix and cerv..."
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