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marinab182 posted:
hi my name is marina im 19 years old. im ttc for a year now with no luck so i went to a fertility clinic, and my doctor told me my uterus looks like a 39 year old women uterus.last ultrasound show that i have 3 follicles 1 in theright side and two in the left. and i have a lot a pain during intercourse im starting injections next month and iui, my doctor said he wants to focus on me getting pregnant first but im so afraid im not going to be able to hold a baby.
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mrs62610 responded:
I'm sorry to hear you are having problems. Just think of it this way.....39 year old women have babies!! I have done injections and am getting ready to do my 3rd IUI. There are alot of supportive people here and you should come and vent/share as much as you need! Welcome!

Jennifer
Me-24 DH-37 TTC 1 for 16 months. 3 rounds of Clomid, BFN's. 3rd cycle of Femara, Ovidrel, LP Progesterone. Added IUI this time. Blood test 9/18!
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Welcome marinab182 -

You've found a great place to get information and share - Mrs52510 is right!

It's completely normal to feel scared about fertility issues. I urge you to do what you can to control you stress level. It's not easy but can help with your mood and fears. What kind of activities/exercise/hobbies do you enjoy?

Haylen


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