I don't know how to determine if you are fertile or not. Any notes or resources can you provide?
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Maybe the better question to ask is "How would I know I'm infertile?"
And I have to disagree (a little) with the above poster. Carrying a child to term isn't a good sign to know you're fertile. lol That just means you're capable of carrying a newborn to term. The only way to know you're fertile (IMO) is just try. Most times people are considered infertile is they're having trouble to get pregnant after a year or trying. There isn't any real tests a doctor will do until you try, and fail at getting pregnant after a long time of not getting pregnant, unprotected.
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