Getting pregnant can be hard to do sometimes. Why does it seem that the people that are trying to have a baby its a lot harder for them but the ones that are not planning to have a baby always have one.

I have had a few friends in that same boat. One of my friends is trying everything to conceive a baby but keeps failing. She even goes through multiple blood work through doctors and wasn't getting any results.

She came across this blog that has a program that helped her out in getting pregnant and she seems very happy. Some times people give up after all the doctor visits and no hope.

Here is the site to the blog and i hope it helps you out the way it helped her out.
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replied October 28th, 2014
Thank you for asking

thats law of mother nature and hormones. Women having difficulty have a role of their own too. Like avoiding pregnancy at early zones from 18 years onwards. They first delay. And then body delay. If a person gets first pregnancy earlier, odds for it increase.

Also if the issues come up earlier one can do something about it in time. Like cycle irregularities, fertility hamperings and then one can go for fertility aids.

Its never too late though. A good fertility consultant can get one through.

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