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Asked by BarbaraGarman

Q: Infertility

Hi everyone.Hope you all are doing great.I am a mother of 3 years old child.Now I was trying for the 2nd child, but no positive test is there.I am feeling depressed.During conceiving the first child, I am quite better no infertility issue is there.But now I was not able to conceive.I seek somebody help.What should I do?

This question was asked Mar. 26, 2018 12:49am
Category: Pregnancy Complications

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Answered by saramccartney123 - Oct. 19, 2018 7:15pm
Sorry to hear about your TTC struggles. This might mean you are suffering from secondary infertility. Its just a guess though. You should see your doctor about it. You can get your answer from him. Secondary infertility is quite common. It can be treated as well. So don't worry.

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Answered by roseleslie32 - Jul. 2, 2018 3:06pm
hey, I am glad you're sharing your problem here. My suggestion would be that you try anything which helps you get over your issues. In this era of advancement, the medical field is not behind and there are many ways to come over infertility. I would suggest everyone going through such issues and people TTC talk to your doctors openly and try these new ways like IUI, IVF, and surrogacy to overcome infertility. Good luck to you. Prayers from my side. xx

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Answered by Isla28 - Jun. 26, 2018 7:22pm
Hey, I can understand your feelings. You should go for surrogacy. I had also gone through this situation. Surrogacy is really a blessing. Every infertile couple can get the happiness of babies through Surrogacy. I was infertile. I was sportswoman and I had fatigue injury. I was trying to conceive. My family was not accepting me. But my husband was standing by me throughout all the situations. We both wanted a baby badly. Then we went to Europe for the suggested clinic. That was the best clinic I must say. I am now blessed with a baby. Stay blessed.

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Answered by Amelia - Jun. 26, 2018 7:02pm
hello BarbaraGarman!!! How are you feeling? What a pleasant weather in your country!!! Are you really enjoying it or not? Aww, you are on a serious question. That’s really a sign of alarming situation? Do your periods regular? Try to keep your eye on your menstrual cycle. it sometimes happens that woman doesn’t get pregnancy symptoms the second time. have you concerned this situation to your doctor? If no, then try to acknowledge your husband about this. Go with him and have medical test recommended by your doctor. This will give you satisfaction. Hugs to you. you are in need of prayers and best wishes.

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Answered by FeliciaRay - Jun. 26, 2018 1:13pm
Hey don't be upset please. it is not okay to feel bad about it. if you have had a child before it means you are not infertile, but I don't know I'm not a pro here. Doctors will tell you whats wrong. there are many other ways like surrogacy and ivf do look into them if the doctors say otherwise. I hope you find what you are looking for. Good Luck!

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Answered by jennyjoe - Jun. 26, 2018 11:44am
Please don't be this upset. It hurts me to see you like this. Losing hope. I want you to keep it together, please. Everything will get better. I promise. There are so many that face infertility issues. You're not alone in this. I think you should try going for an IVF. It really helps many. Some clinics even offer multiple tries til success. That would really be worth the money. If not that, then you could try out surrogacy. I have experience of that myself too. I can vouch for it. It's been amazing to me. I have a little girl from it. There are so many options. Any could work out for you. I think it's best you talk to your hubby about this. He'll understand. Wishing you all the best!

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Answered by sally28 - Apr. 7, 2018 10:48am
It's alright, dear. These things take some time. One fine pregnancy does not mean that it'll be fine every time. It's not easy to conceive every time. I am not trying to demotivate you at all. I'm just telling you to wait. I mean don't be in so much hurry. Did you get yourself checked by the doctor? Maybe there is some health issue which is making it too long. You should visit a good doctor once. You know it's always better to be sure. If you are confirmed that everything is fine, then wait for some time. Keep trying. Don't lose hope. Everything has a time. Your time will come too. Just be patient, okay? Much love for you.

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Answered by jennyjoe - Apr. 6, 2018 1:12am
Please don't be this upset. It hurts me to see you like this. Losing hope. I want you to keep it together, please. Everything will get better. I promise. There are so many that face infertility issues. You're not alone in this. I think you should try going for an IVF. It really helps many. Some clinics even offer multiple tries til success. That would really be worth the money. If not that, then you could try out surrogacy. I have experience of that myself too. I can vouch for it. It's been amazing to me. I have a little girl from it. There are so many options. Any could work out for you. I think it's best you talk to your hubby about this. He'll understand. Wishing you all the best!

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Answered by TaylorF - Mar. 30, 2018 6:48pm
Hi, hun. Why do you think you have infertility issues? Did you get any tests done yet? I would suggest you consult a professional. It's normal to feel hopeless in these circumstances. But please don't give up already. You already have a child which means you are able to conceive. It just may be that you get a BFP soon. Sometimes, it does take a lot of time to conceive. Keep trying!

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Answered by pheobe412 - Mar. 29, 2018 2:55am
It's just taking some time. Like you said it happened late before as well. It's nothing to worry about. You are going to conceive naturally. Just try to check out that what is this thing that is taking so much tie for you in the conception process. Otherwise, Just don't worry. Everything is fine.

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