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Hi, I am 26 years old and I am gay, my partner and I are trying for a baby, we have a donor. On the 11th I was ovulating and went on n tried. 2 days ago, my breasts started hurting. But yesterday, I started bleeding ... I'm not due for my period for 2 weeks, it started off as a very watery red/pink ... But now it's a dark red and very heavy. I also have endometriosis AND polycystic ovary syndrome. I know my chances are not as high (as told by specialists) but I needed to try! Does anyone know anything or have any input/advice?
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It's just so early 2 tell u anything from my standpoint...do u think the bleeding occurred bc of the procedure...bc 2day is just the 17th...that would've only been a couple of days ago...i don't think symptoms show that early & I'm a 3rd time really 4th time mom
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I have have endometriosis and having my 6th child today. It took me about 2years before I actually got pregnant with my first,  but after having my first,  pregnancy seemed to just continue quite well. I also was on birth control pills which kinda help regulate my cycles so that ovulation occurred more regularly.  But eventually went off of bc, because I didn't like the effects they were having on my body, kinda just let mother nature do her thing. As far as having a donor goes, I would probably opt for artificial if possible,  because it can take up to 6 months to a year for just a normal non - complicated pregnancy to take place. Not saying that it would take you that long, but I would imagine that would make the situation a bit more stressful for all involved.
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