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    Default Took 2 yrs to concieve #1 cant wait that long for #2

    I have been trying since feb for number 2 no luck so far. Number one took 2 years I fell straight after a procedure to check my tubes. I am considering doing this procedure again to help me fall pregnant is this adviseable. I am 36 this year and I thought that 2nd time round would be easier I am taking pre pregnancy vitamins is there anything else i could do to help my chances I am also trying to lose weight as i weight 110 kgs I weighed 109kgs when i fell the first time. Any advice would be most helpful. Thanks Karen

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakester69 View Post
    I have been trying since feb for number 2 no luck so far. Number one took 2 years I fell straight after a procedure to check my tubes. I am considering doing this procedure again to help me fall pregnant is this adviseable. I am 36 this year and I thought that 2nd time round would be easier I am taking pre pregnancy vitamins is there anything else i could do to help my chances I am also trying to lose weight as i weight 110 kgs I weighed 109kgs when i fell the first time. Any advice would be most helpful. Thanks Karen

    Hi there Karen,

    Thank you very much for your question. You most likely had a laparoscopy procedure the first time around. If you feel you’d like to check the patency of your tubes again this time around, I would suggest a HYCOSY procedure. It’s less invasive and it would have the same effect (flushing dye into your tubes, which can often have an unblocking effective) without the use of anaesthetics.

    For weight loss on my website you will find a lot more information, including a technique which I use with my patients and highly recommend called emotional freedom technique. If you check under the events sections you will see more information about this workshop, which I believe could very much help you with losing weight as well as address the emotional concerns you may have been experiencing right now in regards to conceiving again.

    I hope this is of assistance. I’d be happy to answer any other questions.

    With fertile blessings,

    Gabriela Rosa | Author, Natural Fertility Specialist, Researcher, Speaker
    BHSc, ND, Post Grad NFM, DBM, Dip Nut, MATMS, MNHAA
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