(Closed) Will you remain childless if you can't conceive naturally?

posted 7 years ago in TTC
  • poll: Will you remain childless if you can't conceive naturally?

    Yes, we will stay just the two of us.

    No, we will try some low-tech, non-invasive measures to get PG.

    No, we will try whatever it takes to get PG, including IVF.

    No, we will look into adoption.

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    Busy Beekeeper
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    Bumble bee
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    Mr CL and I are years off of TTC but we’ve already discussed how we would rather adopt than go through IVF.  I think that if you have problems conceiving, there are very good biological reasons for that.  We’ve also talked about the possibility of one day fostering, regardless of whether or not we have our own (biological or adopted) children.  Mr CL is a social worker so he sees how important it is for kids who need it to have a family who will care for them, and we would rather do that than go through the time, expense and heartache of IVF when there are so many children who already need a home.

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