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    Family and Infertility

    1. The best part of a woman's life is to have kids and make the family. No relation in a women's life is better than the motherhood. I was 18 when I first tried to conceive, I had 2 miscarriages at once. The doctor told me that I can never conceive. I am an infertile woman. My disease is unexplainable. Not knowing the actual reason behind your infertility is even worse. My life is useless now. I don't have anyone whom I can live for. I will not have any child. I will always be from incomplete family. I will always be in grief because of this devastating thing. It is always gonna torture me. It was a devastating time of my life. I wish no women ever experience this moment in her life.
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    Please tell us what the doctor said was the problem. Many situations can be worked around these days.
    I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience.
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    Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying supinely on our backs and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot?

    From a speech by Patrick Henry on March 23, 1775 at St. John's Church, Richmond, Virginia

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      #3
      Samantha I am sorry to hear you describe your feelings that way. Have you explored all options? Considered adoption?

      I'm a childless woman. I never had the overwhelming desire like some do, but it doesn't make you any less valuable as a woman, and your life mean any less to not give birth. You can find other outlets for the strong desire and instincts that you have.
      Have you looked into anything like that?

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        #4
        Hi Samantha,

        I’m so sorry to hear your story. If I were you I would seek a couple of other opinions with fertility specialists. Did you have all the tests done? There are so many ways to have children these days, and so many options to explore. I had 3 miscarriages before my first birth, and then another after I had her, but then I had my son. Don’t give up, and as the other poster said, you are far from worthless. It’s not based on whether or not you have children. Good luck to you, and keep us posted!
        Last edited by 3littlebirds; 10-13-2017, 05:24 PM.

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          #5
          Hello Samantha!

          I would like to say smth cheerful.... But I simply cannot right now. I am in the same situation as you are. So at least we know that there are other wemen like us! I don't talk about it to anybody but my DH and my OB. It is really hard. But how can I share my struggles to become a mom with the rest of the world??? It's a first time I've found a forum like this. I think, it's really helping.

          And you know what? I am not going to give up in my attempts to become a mother. I am going for surrogacy. It was not an easy desicion. But what is easy in this life? Infertility seems like a punishment. But we are not guilty! And the medicine is developing very fast! So why should we ignore the wonderful gifts science brings us? It is our second chance.

          I know you are scared. Probably, you are sad and frustrated as I am. But we are who we are. We are still women! We are loving. And we deserved to be loved. We will have our babies. One way or another. Let's cheer up. Sending my blessings to you! Take care.

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