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hello my name is jazz and im 15 me and my bf are trying to conceive a babby.. we tried for a long time but we never got it... my period is very normal and regular every month i know when i ovulate and we even tried on my most fertile day and it still didnt work.... i know im too young but i cant shake this feeling i want a baby so much beacause i feel like i dint have nobody ... i know people are gonna say im selfish and all that but i keep trying to ignore it but i cant .. i babysit my cousin all the time i kept him since he was threemonths and now hes four years old now... every since then ive always wanted a baby and i till do .. i know its wring but i just cant help it believe me.... i want this feeling to go away


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replied May 7th, 2010
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Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

It is understandable! Since you have been babysitting your cousin, you have developed a natural attachment for babies and they have become a part of your life. Hence you feel incomplete and insecure without one. However you are too young to conceive now and have your own baby.

You could still baby sit as a job in your free time but going for a full time baby is a huge responsibility. Also believe me it is a huge financial drain. I would advice you go for some counseling and you and your boyfriend both be a part of it. Hope this helps. Take care!



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