Even though infertility affects at least 10% of the population, most couples feel as though they are the only ones struggling through it. Help give some reassurance to those encountering fertility problems by talking about your experience. Did you turn to in vitro fertilization or some other form of infertility treatment? Were alternative or natural fertility treatments useful for you? We want to hear your encouraging anecdotes about infertility and fertility treatments.
I am about to turn 20 and I have been researching on pregnancy and labor. I want to have kids so bad whenever I am married. I have always though of pregnancy as being beautiul. I have had an irregular period since I was 13. This I know is very common to everyone but my scare is I am turning 20 and it still is irregular. I have been on many kinds of birth controls to regulate it, but I am so scared for some chance it is going to affect my ability to have children.
I want to have kids so bad and when I talked to my doctor she said it would be more common to not be able to have children if you weren't having your periods as opposed to having irregular or frequent periods.
I have no idea if this is really any sign to be worried about but I am praying it won't.
never give up hopeI just want to encourage all of you out there that have been trying to get pregnant but havent yet.To make a long story short Im 38 and have a son who is 12 my husband and i had been trying for 3 yrs to conceive even went to infertility specialist.I basically was told after a yr of trying that i was infertil and needed to do ivf but i didnt have peace with that and knew in my heart if it was gods will for us to have another child it would happen.well 5 and a half months ago i found out i was pregnant i was so excited after 3 yrs of false pregnancy tests i just couldnt believe it!!!I just really want to encourage those of you out there trying please dont ever give up and remember doctors arent god!!!!I pray for those of u out there still trying that your dreams too will come true.Elle
I Want to be a MOMMy husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for a year now. My period has always been regular since I can remember. I went off the pill in Oct. 2005 thinking that I would be able to get pregnant easily. I was in for a big suprise. Every month, my period would come like clock-work. We both went to get tested, my husbands semen analysis came back normal and my hsg and bloodwork came back normal as well. So what is wrong with us? The obgyn put me on 2 rounds of clomid without doing any ultrasounds on me. Then about the 1 year mark I decided to go see an infertility specialist. He did an ultrasound on me, said I had a cyst and a small fibroid- but nothing to worry about because I should still be able to get pregnant. So now I am on a month break and then the dr. suggest to go for IUI next month. My husband was not ready for this next step but I think I can convince him otherwise. At times I feel like loosing hope, loosing faith in God- and I know it is wrong. I think at times, I feel really bitter and I hate the world. I even feel like keeping my distance from my family because all my brothers and sisters have kids. It is definitely one of the most painful things to ever go through. I know that if one day, God bless me with a child, I will be the happiest person in the world and I know I will be the best Mom ever because I have so much love to give to my child.
i want a babyive been tryin tryin for a baby for quite a while and we just couldnt seem to succeed finaly we wnent to an ivf clinic and now 3 years later i have a beautiful baby boy
Life isn't always fairWe have been ttc for 2 years and after all the tests for both of us they do not know why we cannot conceive - just unlucky.
We are now currently halfway through our first round of IUI and i am in the waiting period and not coping so well emotionally. I am finding it hard to hope that it might work as i don't want to set myself up to fall. I have done that for the last 24 months in a row and i am over it.
Although i strongly believe in God and who He is, I am not so convinced God chooses who has a baby and who doesn't. I can't believe he would choose starving, diseased or drug addicted people to have families over many other people who are wonderful and cant have children. I think life just isn't fair sometimes, i am not sure why. All i believe is that God isn't into favouritism!
Thanks for listening to my thoughts.
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