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Trying to concieve, Having small fibroid. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, I try to conceive - 4 mounths now -. I am 37 years old, 63 kg, 1.75 cm, regular 27 days cycles. litte fibroid 1.4 mm. My husband is almots 43 y.o. I m worried about the time it could take. I m loking for a homeopath treat., I heard about ovarinium 7ch at, folliculinium 7ch and progesteronum 7ch. Need an advise. Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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The fibroid is nothing to worry about as it is very small. It should not stop you from getting pregnant, or interfere in your pregnancy, once you are pregnant, in any way.
It has been only four months, give yourself some time and you should get pregnant. I can not advice you anything about the medication. You will need to see a homeopath regarding that. Do not take any medication without consulting a doctor.
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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