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November 27th, 2013, 07:24 PM
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Originally Posted by electriclids View Post
I really have no idea, but my doctor told me that a year is still considered in the normal range.
I've also heard that there is a 20% chance of conception each cycle. Totally not sure where I heard that or if it's correct though.
I was told the same thing. But if it's 20% each month, then it should really only take 5 months. I think a year is a long time for a healthy person under 35. Maybe the year thing is for people NTNP.

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