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Does approaching a pregnancy care clinic help if you are trying to conceive? We are planning to get pregnant. We still haven't consulted a gyno yet. I thought maybe a pregnancy care clinic might guide me on getting pregnant fast. What on you think?

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On 3/25/2019 at 6:57 AM, ewoods said:

Does approaching a pregnancy care clinic help if you are trying to conceive? We are planning to get pregnant. We still haven't consulted a gyno yet. I thought maybe a pregnancy care clinic might guide me on getting pregnant fast. What on you think?

Obviously I am not a woman. I'd say yes, and use all options available to you.

A colleague friend of mine has been trying to get pregnant for over a year now without success. She's tried most available options to her, now she's in a hospital getting her eggs harvested to try and get pregnant that way. She's been documenting her process / journey on fb. Unfortunately for her it has taken an emotional toll on her as well as the physical pain of this current procedure she is undergoing. 

So Yeah, reading my friends' journey on this, I'd say do everything you can to help you. 

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