Below is the revised description for your community:
About This Community: If you've been trying to conceive (TTC) for less than one year, this patient support community is the place to discuss your hope, inspiration, joy and struggles, as you sprinkle Baby Dust during the Two Week Wait (TWW). If you’ve been trying to conceive for more than one year, please visit our Fertility/Infertility/IVF Community ( http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Fertility---Infertility---IVF/show/96 )
As you may have noticed, we've changed the name your community from the Baby Dust Community to Pregnancy: Trying to Conceive (TTC) . Along with the name change, we're seeking Community Leaders who will help post Two Week Wait (TWW) threads and meet/greet new members! Please send a message to me at: MH Community Mgr if you may be interested in becoming a Community Leader, or would like additional information.
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