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My partner and I have already got a 2 and a half year old but we have been trying to get pregnant for a year and it's not happening. When I was pregnant I kept bleeding. Do you think that could have anything to do with me not getting pregnant?
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Bleeding during pregnancy usually relates to the placenta or the cervix, none or which affect fertility. You should visit your GP for advice. I would advise you to start to record your periods and maybe use an ovulation predictor kit to see if you are ovulation. I would also recommend a semen analysis for your partner.