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    Infertility -premature ovarian failure
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    Cyn1822 posted:
    Hi I'm 22 years old. I was diagnosed with POF(premature ovarian failure) last year and told I have a small uterus, I have to take birth control to keep my cycle going. I know more then likely with POF I won't be able to have a child... But the fact that I have a small uterus makes my chances even slimmer of paring able to hold a pregnancy . What are my other options? Any advice?
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    KL0124 responded:
    I'm sorry that you are going through this. Your best chaces of getting accurate answers and the care you willl need is to find an experienced RE and make an appointment. Our TTC journey of 9 years is almost over with some of the same struggles you are facing. The ladies over on the Infertility Treatment board are very helpful and supportive if you want to try that as well.


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