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the problem is my first baby girl died after 3 days i gave birth, almost 1 year and seven months I don't get pregnant? What's wrong?

Asked by rose (1points) October 30th, 2007
I give birth to a baby girl last April 14, 2006, cesarean. But until now I don’t get pregnant. My OBgyne told me I am normal. But what’s wrong? It is one year and seven months already.
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hearkat's avatar

First of all, I am sorry for your loss. Having suffered a miscarriage early in a pregnancy, I can’t imagine how difficult your experience must have been.

I do recall reading that many women have difficulty getting pregnant a second time. Also the effects that emotional stress can take on the body can impact fertility. I know several people who became pregnant once they stopped trying.

If your Ob/Gyn says that you are normal and you don’t believe it, all you can do is go to another qualified physician for a second opinion. A Dr. that specializes in fertility would be a good step, and I suggest you consider talking to a therapist or counselor who can help you through the emotional challenges that you are facing.

Good luck.

Audreyvgs's avatar

Before you try expensive fertility treatments, try this: On the 14th day after your period, when you’re most likely ovulating, take a sudafed, or generic. Sounds ridiculous, but think about it. It loosens up mucous membranes making it easier for sperm to swim. When its time, while the pill is still working, have sex and sleep on your back, knees raised on pillows. My gynie confirmed that I was right in my theory, and it worked for me. I’d been having unprotected sex for 5 years. The night i took the sudafed, was the night I got pregnant. Do you wonder why doctors never tell you about this?? Would they make any money if they did?? I would love to hear from anyone that tries this after reading my post. that is successful. audreyvgs at yahoo dot com.

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