Will i have a baby soon?
i have been tryin to get pregnant for over a year now, and just have not had any luck, so i figured i would turn to someone for help, because i really want a baby.
That depends on whether you are pregnant now or not. If you are not pregnant, then you need to get pregnant (hopefully you'll be married when you do that) and wait nine months or so and then you should have a healthy baby.
Well , that depend on you and your partner. If pass two years (during that time you really tried to get pregnant) and you are still not then it is good to check with a doctor just to make sure that everything is Ok. Good luck
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