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    Default Am I normal?

    How's everyone else going with the ttc journey?
    Personally I feel like I'm just depressed and anxious all the time. Is this normal?
    I know its a stressful time for everyone, but I feel like I'm in a constant state of stress and obsession over pregnancy and babies etc.
    I just don't know whether I should reach out for more support or just keep praying for a baby soon.
    But right now I've had my period for 6weeks straight and that's creating tension between my husband and I and certainly isn't easing my stress.
    Any advice? Or am I normal?

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    Hi leah
    If you have been ttcing for quite some time it is absolutely normal to be stressed and obsessed about pregnancy and babies. but ironically that what one needs to avoid. There are some threads where there are people are newly ttc or some where there are really long timers. based on your situation I would recommend you to join that. You will get a lot of help

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