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Monday, September 30, 2019


Licorice has always been one of may favorite candies and true licorice may be healthy because it has anticancer properties.  However, it may also have negative effects on the ovaries, which, of course, are essential if you are trying to conceive.  This article talks about a study done on mice, but it may indicate problems with humans as well.  Read more:

Whole licorice root and purified forms of iso are used in herbal supplements, teas, candies and as flavoring agents in tobacco products. Iso is sometimes marketed to women for the relief of hot flashes or other symptoms of menopause, and studies have found that the root has anti-cancer properties for some types of breast, prostate and colon cancer, Mahalingam said.
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The same properties that make iso effective against some cancers also might make it toxic to the normal growth and development of the ovary, Flaws said. Other aromatase inhibitors are already in use in oncology to stop the growth of tumors that respond to estrogen, but doctors warn of potential effects on fertility in women of child-bearing age. Use of iso to inhibit aromatase could have the same effects as other aromatase inhibitors, Flaws said.
from: science daily

Saturday, September 28, 2019


I frequently tell stories of women in their late 40's who conceive and have babies naturally, however it's something special when women over 50 have a baby. I frequently report cases of women who have had natural pregnancies over age 50.  What makes this case amazing (as reported by the Daily Mail (UK), a woman had triplets! She also claims a relative had a baby at 51. Read more:

Yesterday Mrs Mellone, who also has a grandson of six months, said: 'I have never used fertility treatment. In our family this is not unusual. Last year my cousin of 51 had a baby girl.
'I only found out I was expecting triplets when I was five months pregnant.' Her children from her first marriage are 23, 26 and 29.
Her second husband, 38-year-old Gerardo Montefusco and father of the triplets, said: 'We had wanted a child but to get three is amazing.'
 The mother says she did not use any fertility treatment and there is no record of it so we must believe her.


Wednesday, September 25, 2019


Natural tea for endometriosis

Endometriosis is something that I've had and seems to be a common problem among women of childbearing age - especially those suffering from infertility.  Here is a site which gives an endometriosis "recipe" along with some other suggestions to improve this condition.  Read more:

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1 teaspoon each vitex berries, echinacea root, wild yam rhizome and cramp bark

½ teaspoon each horsetail stalks, red raspberry and motherwort

1 quart water

Combine herbs and water in an uncovered pot and bring to a boil. Turn down the heat and let simmer gently for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat, cover and steep for 15 minutes. Strain out herbs. Drink at least 2 cups daily. This formula can also be taken as a tincture or in capsules. 

from mothernature.com

Sunday, September 22, 2019


Ovarian Cysts, Fertility And Getting Pregnant

Most of us have heard of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), however many women can get ovarian cysts without this condition.
 Most of the time, these cysts don't interfere with conception, however there are cases where they can.
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Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts
Most women who have ovarian cysts have no symptoms. Those who do experience symptoms often confuse their symptoms with those caused by endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, or other reproductive health issues. Ovarian cyst symptoms include:

pelvic and abdominal pain
feelings of fullness or pressure in the abdomen
irregular menstruation
painful periods
painful sexual intercourse
difficulty urinating

Complications Associated with Ovarian Cysts
The vast majority of ovarian cysts are harmless, and will go away in time. However, large or painful cysts may signal serious health complications. Ruptured ovarian cysts, as well as those that twist or bleed, can cause severe abdominal pain. Ovarian cysts can also cause irregular periods and ovulation, making conception difficult or even impossible. Furthermore, ovarian cysts are have been linked with ovarian cancer, particularly in women over the age of 50.


Saturday, September 21, 2019


When does implantation bleeding occur?
by Hannah Bajor. C.N.M.,M.S.N.

Implantation bleeding occurs very early in pregnancy as a direct result of the fertilized egg (your growing baby) burying and snuggling its way into the lining of your womb. Implantation bleeding occurs about 10-14 days after the egg has been fertilized or when conception occurred. This is also around the time when your menstrual cycles would be expected.

Signs of Implantation Bleeding:

Signs of implantation bleeding can vary from one pregnant woman to another. It normally mild in nature and is much lighter than a normal menstrual period.

The color of implantation bleeding:

The color of implantation bleeding can vary form bright red to brown implantation bleeding. Bright red implantation bleeding means that there is an active area of bleeding within the womb and blood is flowing from the site of implantation to the vagina very quickly. It may indicate that implantation has just occurred.
Brown implantation bleeding is the color of old blood. When you get brown implantation bleeding it
normally means that when the fertilized egg buried it way into the womb, a little blood was released. The bleeding that occurred at the moment of implantation stayed in the womb for some time so by the time you see it on your underwear or when you wipe yourself it showed up as brown implantation bleeding.

How long does implantation bleeding last?

Most cases of implantation bleeding last for a few minutes to a few days. If implantation bleeding lasts more than a few days then it may be a sign of vaginal infection or a threatened miscarriage.

How heavy is implantation bleeding?

Heavy implantation bleeding is unusual. The only thing you might notice with implantation bleeding is a pinkish or brown discharge when you wipe yourself after you go to the bathroom.

Cramps with implantation bleeding:

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Cramps with implantation bleeding can happen. You may even experience cramps with or without
bleeding. The reason you may experience cramps with implantation bleeding is because as the fertilized egg buries into your womb, it caused the muscle of your womb to contract. These contractions press on nerve endings and may result in mild to moderate menstrual like pains for 24-48 hours.

What to do if you have signs of implantation bleeding:

Don\'t panic if you have any of the above signs of implantation bleeding. Remember 50of all cases of implantation bleeding end up in a normal pregnancy.
Know your blood type. Depending on your partner\'s blood type and if you are a rhesus negative blood type then it may be necessary to have an Rh-immune globulin injection within 24 hours of any pregnancy bleeding.
If you suspect you may be pregnant and your bleeding is from implantation bleeding then do a home pregnancy test. This home test should remain positive. If it is positive and you do not know your blood Rhesus factor, then call your provider for consultation for possible Rh-immune globulin.
Never insert a tampon, douche, or have sexual intercourse while you are bleeding.

Keep track of whether the bleeding is increasing or decreasing and how many pads you are using.

If you feel your pregnancy bleeding is heavier or lasting longer than the above ranges then call your health care provider for consultation immediately.
Bleeding during pregnancy is scary. Your fear is picked up by your unborn child. Intra uterine fear can stay with your child for a lifetime, so constantly reassure your baby that he or she is wanted and loved. Want to know more about how pregnancy is like from your babies viewpoint then check out my Birth, A Conscious Choice. at http://www.PregnancySuccessCoach.com
 Hannah Bajor. C.N.M.,M.S.N.
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Friday, September 20, 2019


Are You Too Sick To Get Pregnant? Gut Health And Its Relationship To Infertility

Guest Post By Dr. Leona Allen

Whether you are having trouble getting pregnant, or have had one or more miscarriages, you are not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), about 10 percent of women (6.1 million) in the United States ages 15-44 have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant. Currently, to treat infertility, medications are used to boost ovulation or adjust hormone levels. There is intrauterine insemination, commonly known as artificial insemination, where the woman is injected with specially prepared sperm. There is also assisted reproductive technology (ART). ART works by
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removing eggs from a woman's body and then mixing them with sperm to make embryos. The embryos are then put back in the woman's body.
Now, I would like to talk about an alternative approach. Let us not focus on just trying to get pregnant, but getting the body healthy enough to become pregnant. It is one thing to get pregnant. It is another to achieve a healthy pregnancy and a give birth to a healthy baby. Standard treatments are not addressing the overall health of the mother. This information is also applicable for women who are either planning to carry a child in the future or want to achieve good overall health and weight loss goals.
Before becoming pregnant, you must first address and restore the integrity and function of your health and immune system. This seems to be missing in standard care. When a woman gets pregnant and is also suffering with leaky gut, sugar balancing issues, multiple food allergies or intolerances, or toxicity, she is putting her baby at risk of developing autism, eczema, asthma and food allergies. Pregnancy is stressful enough on the body and if you do not begin the process in optimal condition, it will take a toll on your health and your baby's health. In my practice, my primary goal is to address the overall health of the woman and determine if she is healthy enough to become pregnant. If a mother is having health challenges, chances are, she will pass them on to her child.
There are several conditions that can decrease the woman's ability to become pregnant, including digestive problems, immune disorders, adrenal fatigue, blood sugar problems, food allergies, chronic inflammation, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies and toxicity.
The first place I like to begin, before I address anything else, is in the digestive system. In simple terms, the digestive system works as follows: we eat (good diet or bad diet), digest (complete or incomplete), then we eliminate (good evacuation or bad evacuation) or assimilate (good absorption or poor absorption). The gut is commonly referred to as the "Second Brain" because the enteric nervous system is a collection of neurons in the gastrointestinal tract (GI) that constitutes the "brain of the gut" and can function independently of the nervous system. This system controls the motility, exocrine and endocrine secretions and microcirculation of the GI tract. It is also involved in regulating immune and inflammatory processes. Hippocrates has also said that all disease begins in the gut. About 70 to 80 percent of the body's immune system is found in the digestive tract.
Poor digestive health that involves acid reflux, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or constipation is an extremely common and overlooked condition in this country that affects about 70 million Americans. This accounts for billions of dollars in annual sales of over-the-counter digestive aids that only provide temporary relief. Unresolved or ignored digestive problems lead to worse problems down the road. With any health condition, including pregnancy, it is important to restore gut health.
When trying to achieve pregnancy, focus cannot be solely on the ovaries, the fallopian tubes or other parts of the reproductive system. Because "every system affects every other system," the body must be considered as a whole. Infertility is oftentimes a side-effect of something else. For example poor gut health leads to blood sugar problems, and that leads to constipation. With constipation, the body cannot eliminate unneeded hormones, and estrogen accumulates. Food not digested properly due to lack of hydrochloric acid (HCL) results in putrefied, fermented food that becomes rancid in the stomach. Low HCL results in the gallbladder's reduced ability to secrete bile for the emulsification of fats. Low gallbladder function causes a sluggish liver, and it cannot efficiently detoxify the body of hormones, toxins and other metabolites. When the gallbladder malfunctions, there is no signal to the pancreas to secrete digestive enzymes. Therefore poorly digested food moves to the intestines. Rotting food in the intestines causes inflammation, infection and intestinal permeability, also known as "leaky gut." This prolonged stress exhausts the adrenals, and weak adrenals adversely affect the thyroid. This progression continues until the underlying problem is corrected.
A healthy GI tract does not allow the absorption of bacteria, harmful foods or undigested food particles into the bloodstream. Chronic inflammation brought on by poor diet, poor blood sugar control and chronic stress leads to harmful substances and undigested food being dumped into the bloodstream. Again, this is leaky gut. These harmful particles are misidentified as foreign invaders or antigens that are attacked by the immune system. A stressed immune system leads to other health problems that in turn can result in infertility.
The proper care of the gut requires the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional. To repair the gut, the first step is the elimination of foods that create chronic immune responses. These are most commonly gluten, dairy, eggs, corn, soy and yeast.
A healthcare professional would help determine which foods to remove from the diet. Other nutritional strategies include: the removal of inappropriate organisms such as bacteria, parasites, fungus and yeast, replacement of digestive enzymes, HCL, bile and fiber, to thoroughly digest proteins, fats and essential nutrients, re-populate with ample probiotics to replace an overabundance of bad bacteria with good bacteria, and supporting regeneration and healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa.
The repair of a broken down gut is not easy and it takes time. But it is well worth the effort. It is important to restore gut function whether or not one plans a pregnancy.
For those women who plan to get pregnant or are trying to get pregnant, just remember that the improvement of your overall health will benefit the health of your child. Other body organs may still need evaluation, such as the liver, kidneys, thyroid and adrenals, but many of these issues cannot be resolved until the gut is first examined.
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When I was in college, KISS meant, "keep it simple stupid".  But for now, it's going to mean something different.  I never knew there was such a thing as a KISS gene. Well, it's not exactly what you think. Apparently there is substance called kisspeptin which comes from the KISS gene.

Treatment with kisspeptin could help with fertility by giving hormone production a boost. Read

Kisspeptin is a product of the KISS-1 gene and is a key regulator of reproductive function. Animals and humans lacking kisspeptin function do not go through puberty and remain sexually immature.

Dr Waljit Dhillo and colleagues have already shown that kisspeptin treatment leads to the production of sex hormones in fertile women.

Now, they have extended their research to look at the effects of kisspeptin in women whose periods have stopped due to a hormone imbalance. 


Tuesday, September 17, 2019


I continue to find many stories of women who experience infertility and go through a multitude of assisted reproduction procedures only to find themselves pregnant over 40 by surprise.  Yes, it's amazing that when you least suspect it, you can find yourself pregnant.  This should be very encouraging to those of you who are trying to conceive!  I, myself had a surprise pregnancy at the age of 49 - I miscarried, but it happened!
Here is a story about a women who had previously gone through fertility treatments, and had her family complete...then, out of nowhere, she finds herself pregnant at the age of 43.  Even though most of you would be ecstatic, it wasn't necessarily good news for her.  Read more:
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 That I am pregnant is truly unbelievable and dare I say, a miracle. But I am not happy about it. At least not yet...
... Everything seems to be on hold: my career; purging ourselves of car seats, bouncers and various other overpriced infant accouterments; travel plans; and a family budget. Until we know if we are planning for a family of five or six, our whole lives seem to have entered a state of paralysis. We had finally started to get into a groove and I was looking forward to raising older children. Now, all those plans are in suspended animation...
...I am trying to embrace a future with this baby in it, although I fear that if the baby never arrives, I will be crestfallen. I am readying myself for whatever happens, but I am split in a way that I have never felt before. 

Monday, September 16, 2019


I'm surprised I didn't find this article earlier.  It's an amazing story which confirms what I usually write about on this blog.
Women in their 40's, even their upper 40's can be quite fertile!  This story is about Tammy Guarino, a
47 year old grandmother who was on the pill for 25 years.  She goes off of it (probably thinking she was too old to conceive) and eight days later...bingo!  I myself had a surprise pregnancy at the age of 49...the life force is pretty strong! Read more:
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She thought her pregnancy days were over, especially being in her late 40s. However, her doctor
confirmed the news, making her his oldest expecting patient."I asked him, 'Is it menopause?'" said Guarino. "He said no and I said, 'Are you kidding me?' And he said, 'No. What did you think?' I said, 'I thought I was going through the change.' And he said, 'You're about to go through a big change!'"
  "We have lots of ladies who come in during their early 40s and are thrilled to be pregnant but by the late 40s, this gets to be less than less," said Dr. Joseph Miller, who specializes in high-risk pregnancies at West Jefferson Medical Center.
 "I said, 'God is so funny to give me a boy after 30 years of girls.' It's a miracle," said Guarino. "Now that I'm 47, I'll be 48 when I have this baby. At this age, you realize how special children are, and we're going to get it back ... and I'm loving it."
from: wdsu.com

Saturday, September 14, 2019


Pregnancy Over 40, It Can Be Perfectly Normal!

I'm always looking for well rounded, honest information about Pregnancy Over 40. Much of the information out there focuses on complications and all of the things that could go wrong.
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 I was scared out of my mind my entire pregnancy because of well-meaning healthcare professionals who wanted to make sure that I understood the risks.  Well, as it turned out, I had a normal pregnancy and normal delivery.  All of that worry was for nothing.  If I were to have any complications, it probably would have been from the stress of worrying!  Read more:

If you are planning to be pregnant at the age of 40 and up, chances are you already have an idea how to go about delivering a healthy pregnancy. Even if you are a first timer, you already have enough discipline to undergo a worry-free pregnancy by taking enough rest, eating a balanced diet and visiting the doctor on a regular basis. At this age, you are also most likely financially and emotionally stable, therefore the focus should stick on finding ways for you to have a normal and safe delivery.

Raising the baby would not be an issue as well. You will be given enough support by your husband and your older kids as the whole family prepares to welcome another member of the household. On one way or another, you already know how the drill goes as you have been a responsible parent for all these years. Indeed, it is never too late to be pregnant at 40. For as long as you are armed with the right knowledge on how to go about delivering a safe pregnancy, then everything will turn out fine.


Pregnancy Over 40, Trying To Conceive Over 40, Many Women Keep It Secret

When I was trying to conceive over the age of 40 I kept it totally "under wraps". It's hard to find people that are supportive of women over 40 who are trying to conceive.  All you hear are dismal statistics and how "selfish' older women are for want this basic part of life.

 Most people just don't get it - especially if they had their kids when they were young. They look at all of the issues they had to deal with and they can't imagine starting that all over again (although I've heard from many women who have grown kids and want to get pregnant again).  The thing is that if you raise your kids right (as older women do), they're easier to raise!

Doctors and even alternative health professionals can be discouraging about getting pregnant over 40

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Members of the medical community of course are the worst and reproductive endocrinologists are no exception. This is one reason why I developed my own "pregnancy protocol" that didn't involve paid professionals. I wanted to be in charge and I didn't want anyone, no matter how educated, to get in my way or "mess up my mind". I recall a time when I was thinking about acupuncture. I called around and found an acupuncturist who supposedly specialized in fertility. I had just turned 43 and was brought to tears after she bluntly told me my chances were slim to none - those weren't her exact words, but that was the message(she went on to say that even if I got pregnant, with my history of miscarriage, I would probably deliver prematurely). Even though I was tempted to call her up after I conceived naturally and had a perfectly normal pregnancy and delivery, I should probably thank her for saving me a lot of money when I had it in me all along to succeed (Just for the record, I have nothing against acupuncture--even though it wasn't part of my pregnancy protocol, I've read a number of articles on how it can help you conceive).

Pregnancy Over 40:  Look at the positive information out there about getting pregnant over 40

Here are a few tips I've learned along the way:

- Be careful who you talk to. Only share your information with those who will be uplifting and supportive. Look past the negative and see the positive. I remember when I was a kid, and my mother was saying something I didn't want to hear, I would humm and plug my ears. I practically did the same thing when I ran into people or those in the medical community who only had bad things to say.

-Be careful what you read. There's plenty of naysayers out there - read success stories or books/articles that show how others "beat the odds". Surrounding yourself with others' success will help you attract your own.

-Know that anything is possible. I wish I had a dollar for everyone that I've heard say, "If I can get pregant, anyone can!"

-Remember that you are in control of your body and your mind. Stay the course and do not let others derail you.


Friday, September 13, 2019


Well, the stories just keep on coming, I don't watch a lot of TV so I didn't see this when she was on the today show.  This woman has an incredible story.  One of the things I talk about in my book is how assisted reproduction can lead to some disastrous mistakes.  This woman went through IVF, but the clinic implanted the wrong embryo and she carried to term and gave the baby to the biological parents. Back when my husband and I went through assisted reproduction, one of my cycles was cancelled because of a mix up in the lab.  It scared the heck out of me, but at least they admitted to
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But to continue the story, this woman had a few more children via IVF and twins through a surrogate.  But then, to her surprise, she became pregnant naturally at the age of 45!  So her already large family is going to welcome one more!  Read more:

 A 45-year-old mother-of-five, who has had two of her children as a result of IVF, and two via surrogacy, was stunned to find herself pregnant by natural means in April, following a 20-year battle with fertility.

'After two decades without a spontaneous conception; after countless ovarian stimulation cycles, multiple intrauterine insemination and more than five IVF attempts... I was pregnant - the old fashioned way,' Carolyn Savage writes of her discovery for Today.com.

And not only has the Ohio mother suffered several miscarriages in the past, she has even given birth to another couple's child, when, six years ago, doctors accidentally implanted her with the wrong embryo during an IVF mix-up. Mrs Savage made worldwide news when she agreed to carry the child to full term anyway, and then reunite him with his biological parents.

from:  Daily Mail

Saturday, September 07, 2019


Pregnancy Over 40, Luteal Phase Defect

If you've been reading up on infertility or if you've read articles on trying to conceive, you've probably heard of luteal phase defect.
The luteal phase of a menstrual cycle is the time between ovulation and the beginning of your period. Sometimes, women have a problem with their luteal phase being too short.

As the article explains, there are treatments for luteal phase defect. I believe I had this very problem,
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however, I was able to overcome this it through natural means. After I started my all natural pregnancy protocol, my cycles did lengthen and, most importantly, I was able to carry my last pregnancy to term.
Why the Defect?
Information gathered by the InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination, Inc. (INCIID) in Arlington, Va. describes LPD as a commonly misunderstood condition that frequently affects fertility.

In a normal cycle, your body creates a hormone called FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) which causes the formation of a mature, egg-containing follicle in one of the ovaries. The follicle bursts and turns into what is called the corpus luteum, which secretes the hormone progesterone. The elevated progesterone causes the uterine lining to thicken and gives the embryo a place to attach. When a luteal phase is less than 10 days, a pregnancy cannot be sustained because there is not enough progesterone being produced.

There are several places where a normal menstrual cycle can be interrupted. Poor follicle production, premature demise of the corpus luteum and failure of the uterine lining to respond to normal levels of progesterone are some of the causes. These can be separate problems, or they can overlap each other in causing disruption to the normal cycle.

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Monday, September 02, 2019


Debbie Hughes, England
 Dawn Brooke, England
 Ruth Kistler
 Anthea Burns
 Giovanni Ciardi
 Arcelia Garcia
 Antonietta Mellone
 Kate Fezigha 
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So what do these women have in common?  They all had natural pregnancies over the age of 50.   When I was trying to conceive, I always found it encouraging to hear about other women who got pregnant in their 40's and even their 50's.  It's actually quite easy to find examples of women pregnant in their 40's.  If you ask most people who have grandparents who were in their reproductive years before reliable birth control was available, many if not most will have had their last child over the age of 40.  Both my grandmothers had babies at 43.  For most of these women, it wasn't planned.  Even now with reliable birth control, the unexpected rate of pregnancy over 40 is second only to teenagers!
sure there are many more, but these are the ones that I could verify online.  If any of my readers know of other women pregnant over the age of 50 naturally, please let me know by contacting me through my

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Sunday, September 01, 2019


This is a story many people can relate to who've experienced infertility and recurrent miscarriage.  This woman had gone through fertility treatments and suffered through many pregnancy losses.  When she finally does get pregnant on her own, she automatically assumes it's  going to end in another miscarriage.  But, as fate would have it, she conceived on her own and her pregnancy carried to term.  Read more:

The past year-and-a-half we had gone through four miscarriages, fertility tests, genetic testing and
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three attempts at assisted reproduction with drugs. We’d had it.

The previous month, we’d made the decision to get off the baby roller coaster and concentrate on us for a while. We even started looking into adoption. I liked the sense of calm I’d been feeling the last few weeks. I was in no rush for a ticket back to Crazyland.

As I got closer to my office, I made the decision to take one more pregnancy test. I wasn’t even really late, but I knew I would rest easier once I knew for a fact that I wasn’t pregnant.

I paid for the familiar pink package and made a deal with myself. Once I got the negative test result, I’d call the doctor and find a really good therapist.

Now at my office, I went right to the ladies’ room and took the test by rote. Then I stood in shock as the two lines appeared.

from: huffington post

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