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Reasons I can't get PREGNANT ?

I have trying to concieve for about 1 yr now.I had an implanon in my arm and had it removed in july07, we were told we were most firtile 2wks after the implanon was removed NO LUCK!!! Still trying I had a period on March 10th 08....then I started spotting on March 28th pink the some red not a lot because I normally have heavy period but it wasnt time for my period. I am always regular 28-29 day cycle. I am due a period April 6th Im not goin to start I know it because I was spotting 6 days. My Husband and I made love on the day I was supposed to ovulate which was easter sunday. Could I be pregnant and If what could be wrong?
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replied April 7th, 2008
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It takes the average couple one year to conceive, so although it seems like its been forever, its still possible you are both completely fertile and just haven't managed to get lucky yet. However, if it doesn't work this time and you are worried, at this point it is okay to get in to see a fertility specialist. They can test the both of you and see if anything is wrong and they can recommend methods to help the two of you to become pregnant. Good luck on your quest; I hope you get a BFP!
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replied April 7th, 2008
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Stress plays a factor as to why it takes longer to get pregnant.
Here's a story:
My teacher told us about how one of her friends who are married, were trying to have a baby for about a year or a little more. They did all the things the doctor told them to do, still no luck. So, they decided that they would adopt a baby instead. So the day comes, they get their new baby girl and love her so much, and things are going pretty well. A year passes, and she gets pregnant with her husband!
Why? Because there was not so much stress or pressure on having a child, and they were relaxed and calm now and it just happened.

If your stressing yourself out and putting yourself down as to why you aren't concieving right away, that plays a role, and if our partner is stressed out too, that plays a role as to why things are working.
Try being relaxed, and dont even try to have a baby, and it may just happen on its own.
I hope that was a little helpful for you.
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replied April 14th, 2008
thanks so much for your inputs. i think i ovulated on the 11th so i dunno whats wrong with me. i need to make a doc apt. has anyone herd of clomid? my friend told me to get on that. but i was it to be natural no help. i i will do whatever it takes. i feel like all the people that i am surrounded by are concieving except me. I dont have a lot of stress in my life we are a regular happy couple. Does anyone know what an implanon is? i had one in my arm for a year and i think that could have messed me up. But i have a regular 28-29 day cycle. i had a miscarrage about 2 years ago so i think its possible for me to concieve but who knows. Also i have pains so bad when i am on my period i cant walk and i use about 5 pads a day. i have always had female trouble and my boobs stay sore. My doctors say im fine and i know im not.
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replied April 14th, 2008
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Yes, implanon is birth control and it can take your body awhile to adjust after coming off of any birth control.

You said you got the implant removed in July so you've been trying for 7 months. Have you been charting and temping? As was said earlier it takes the average couple 12 months to conceive. A doctor isn't going to prescribe you clomid until you've been trying for 1 year and have some testing done.

Make an appointment with your doctor anyway for a preconception physical, pap smear, etc. You can discuss pregnancy with him and what your best options are.

Good luck!
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replied April 20th, 2009
this is crazy?
My husband and I have been trying over a year now and I don't know whats the problem. I did have several abortions when I was younger and maybe that plays a major role. I couldn't get pregnant after the year 2001. At first I wasn't really paying attention to it but now I really get stress over it. I guess I need to see a doctor but they are so exspensive. The situation is really effecting my marriage and I think I cannot have kids anymore.
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replied April 20th, 2009
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It can take a healthy couple up to a year to conceive, but since you've been trying for over a year then you should probably schedule an appointment with a doctor for both yourself and your husband
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replied December 19th, 2013
I''ve been trying to get pregnant for the last 3 months..I tried to do it 2 one time a day n did it 2 days before my mestrual period wich is the "16" of the month n last for 6 days but this month I did it the 9 10 skip n 13 was the last day but I didn''t started my mestrual the 16 like I should of I jst started bleeding jst a little bit today wich is the 19..3 days after regular what is that means??? What happen?? Can I b pregnant or not?? Please I need n answer I was xcited cuz I thought I might of b pregnant but it was jst 3 days late
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