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Im 24 and getting married to my love of 5 years in February
We are absolutely great both young fit slim and healthy, and he is very supportive of my conditions and we have agreed that if it doesnt happen we will be ok with that and live life differently and replan but are going to explore IVF before giving up, we have tried for a baby for 3 years but the last 6 months we have given up trying until after the wedding and then will do IVF (we fell pregnant using clomid but i had a tubal pregnancy)
Has any one else been in similar circumstances and fallen pregnant using IVF?
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P.s i meant our relationship is great not ourselves LOL
Post # 4
@beautifullyboheamian: I haven’t personally gone through this or directly know of someone with the exact same problem, but I just wanted to say to have hope! I’ve heard of alot of women getting pregnant that supposedly could never have children. My friend’s wife got unexpectantly pregnant when they were dating and she was 19 while on the pill, when she found out her mother informed her because of an illness when she was younger the doctors said she was infertile and would never even be able to have children! She was stunned because her mother had never told her because she didn’t want her running off to have sex at a young age with whoever she wanted. Anyway, she had a healthy baby boy and two years later had another with no problems!
On the flip side, my cousin is 34 and was on BC pills for 10 years and when she went off to try for a baby she couldnt’ get pregnant. She’s been on all sort of hormones, her husband got some sort of procedure done to increase sperm count, and she’s been to all the specialists and tried IVF. They are both perfectly healthy and they have no idea whatsoever why she can’t pregnant and she isn’t even diagnosed with anything.
My point being, women with the odds stacked against them physically can wind up having children and women that are perfectly healthy can for some reason not be able to. I would say go into with a good atitutde and continue taking care of yourself. Good luck! 🙂