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How can I conceive faster?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: If still a teen...

18 or 19 is too young to start having little ones.
She has to get at least 2 years of after-high-school education, be married, and both husband and wife need to land stable jobs. With a job comes medical insurance benefits (babies see the doctor 8-10 times the first year, so plan ahead). Healthy teens get pregnant faster than a hot knife through butter! Rarely is there a fertility problem.

In brief: If still a teen...

18 or 19 is too young to start having little ones.
She has to get at least 2 years of after-high-school education, be married, and both husband and wife need to land stable jobs. With a job comes medical insurance benefits (babies see the doctor 8-10 times the first year, so plan ahead). Healthy teens get pregnant faster than a hot knife through butter! Rarely is there a fertility problem.
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