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  1. Issa @ LoveLiveGrow

    I wanted to conceive naturally, too. I tried for a year before trying medical help, starting with Clomid. With Clomid, I could easily conceive, but I kept having miscarriage after miscarriage. I was eventually diagnosed with a blood clotting disorder, and an aspirin a day was all that was needed to help me carry a pregnancy to term.

    Then I wanted to birth naturally, planning for a freebirth at home, but it turned out that I had several large uterine fibroids preventing by baby from dropping, and I ultimately had a c-section.

    So I know just what you mean! The best-laid natural plans, but in the end I used a lot of medical technology to get me and my son together, and I’m really glad that I did.