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Talking babies with your partner

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Hi BG, It is not possible to tell what could be causing this but if you have been trying for a year it is time to consult a Specialist Gynecologist who may conduct test to determine what may could be causing this. It is important you visit the specialist together with your partner so that you both can have a check up and also receive the doctors advice together. In the meantime check out this article;-

Fri, 05/18/2018 - 06:05 pm
My partner wants me to get pregnant yet I am not ready. We are not married and not living together. How can I make him understand without hurting him coz he really wants a baby?

Hey there, the decision to have a child in a relationship is a big one. It is important that you make this decision when you feel ready, comfortable and when you feel your relationship is at a place where it can support bringing a child into your lives. If you feel you are not ready, be honest with your partner, let him know you are not ready and why you feel it is not yet time for you. Perhaps if he get to know what your reasons are he will wait or you can work together toward being ready. If does care about you, he will respect your choice and wait till you feel ready. 

Hey Nina, an unplanned pregnancy can come as a shock, which is what seems to have happened to your partner. You need to try reach out to him and agree together on how to proceed. If he chooses not to respond to you or you are unable to reach him, you will have to make a decision on how to proceed. If he is unavailable you will need to talk to someone close to you as you think about the next step. Have a look at the following article;-

I am dating a woman who I love deeply to the moon and back. Recently we were speaking about the future and the subject of kids came up. I was shocked to learn that she doesn't intend to get any children in her life. I am confused, I love her but I cannot imagine a future with children or atleast trying to get children. I don't know what to do, help me out with advice.

Hi Craig, so sorry about this, I can imagine the confusion. It maybe important that you take sometime and think about whether this is something you are willing to compromise. If not, it maybe time to break up. Also do talk with your partner to see if you can arrive at a compromise that is acceptable you both since you are still inlove. We wish you all the best. Have a look at the following article for additional information;-

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