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Feel like I am never going to get pregnant
Shellyf33 posted:
Hi Everyone-my name is Shelly and I am 36 years old. Me and my husband have been trying to get pregnant for almost 3 years. I have had surgery for endometriosis and my doctor said I had a middle of the severness of endometriosis. I have been on two different types of Fertility medication. I went off of them because they made me very moody and my work didn't like how I was. I didn't think I was that bad but I guess I wasn't. I am going to go back on and try it again. I just feel like I am on the road to disappointment again. I try to stay positive and my husband is extremely positive which sometimes upsets me. He has been tested and is fine. I was wondering if anyone has any other advice on something that might help along with the Fertility medication. Thank You Shelly
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Shelly,

What you are feeling after the frustration of 3 years is not uncommon. Our expert has a wonderful post here: How do you deal with disappointment?

There are 44 comments of others who may be in a similar situation. Some of their experiences and ways of coping might speak to you.

I sure understand about the "positive husband". Often, it seems that women are the worriers and hold the stress of the relationship.

How have you coped with your feelings so far?


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