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Jes11 posted:
Hi everyone, I feel silly posting on here, but I don't know what else to do to help myself through all of this. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant since last December. As soon as I got off the pill I got pregnant, but only carried my baby for 6 weeks. I was completely devastated! We started trying again a couple months after that. I made an appointment with an infertility doctor to start discussions on what may possibly be wrong. I don't know what else to do!!! I feel like there is something wrong with me!
wanastickybean responded:
jes11 I just wanted to stop by first off and say sorry for your loss. MC's are never fun my mother had 5 and I helped her through 3 so I know the toll it can take on a strong woman.
And also wish you the best of luck. I have been trying since april of 2010. we took a few months off so its exactlly 12 months. remember you are not alone. many women these days have fertility issues and unfortunatly its not a rare thing anymore. I just recently underwent surgery for a mass on an ovary everyone thought it was a cyst at first. there is deffinatly a chance of things being wrong. but remember you have a husband and no matter what he will be there for you. I am currently 3 wks post op. i had my right ovary and tube removed. devistating as it was I still have one that is fully operational. my dr says i have just a chance as a woman with two does. I have found that sometimes forgetting the world helps relax me and helps me not think of my ttc struggles. take a nice hot bubble bath and throw on some soothing music and papmer you. this will refresh you and you can get a fresh start with your infertility dr. whatever it takes be willing and always always ask questions. I wish you the best of luck and much baby dust to you and your DH. Take care.
Jes11 replied to wanastickybean's response:
Thank you very much! I wish you the best of luck and baby dust to you as well!!!!

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