I am very happy I stumbled upon this site today. Let see, where to begin? I just turned 32 and my husband is 33. We have two daughters together ages 8 on April 9th and the youngest will be five on June 26th. We had no trouble conceiving our first two but it has been almost five years since the last one. My husband is in the United States Navy and fortunately, he is home on shore. We decided a little over a year ago to add to our family. I went on vitamins and we began the party Alas, month after month NOTHING. As I've gotten older I noticed my periods were getting further and further apart each month or MIA all together. I was seriously scared I was going to be on the show I Didn't Know I was Expecting. But today we learned I have developed PCOS. So, in my search online for information about this and all the medicines I am not going to be taking....I found Baby and Bump. I look forward to getting to know you all and make friends while helping one another through TTC. I feel as if this is my first time having a baby since it's been so long
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