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So I have PCOS, and I have been struggling with it for about 12 years. I want a child in the worst way. My ex had a baby with another woman, and she is completely out of pic(haven’t heard from her in years), and my ex and I have split, and my stepdaughter lives with me and sees her dad on the weekends. All good and been very content. I have gotten into another relationship and have started talking about babies again. Guys, I am super grateful for my daughter, and I’m not trying to sound otherwise. But I would absolutely love nothing more than to add to our family. Basically, I’m asking if any mammas out there have any tips to help make this possible?? I have been waiting for the fertility doctor. And my current doc has tried me on metformin. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Question? Have any other ladies out there had a successful pregnancy after being told their SOs count is extremely low? I was told it’s not impossible, but highly unlikely I could… Just looking for encouragement. Hubby and I would both like the bring another into this world. Our daughter turns 5 in May, and she’s been talking about wanting a sibling also has anyone went through the IVF process in a cause that’s the route we go? TIA Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I’m having trouble conceiving. I’ve never been pregnant. My insurance doesn’t cover fertility specialists. Is there anything that anyone has tried that has helped them conceive? I already use ovulation tests. But still nothing. Any advice would be wonderful. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Are there any women that have gotten pregnant after their husbands had a vasectomy? My husband had his 13 years ago, and I think I’m pregnant, and no, I was NEVER unfaithful. It seems impossible, and I know he’ll say I was unfaithful bc he had a vasectomy, but he’s the only one I’ve been with. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I’m 33, and recently my OBGYN found a 3-inch mass on my left ovary. I was told today that my best option would be to remove this ovary. As long as nothing looks malignant, I will get to keep my other ovary. I have a 3 yr old daughter but was hoping to have one more. Is there anyone who has had an ovary removed and conceived after? I was told I could still get pregnant, but it just may take me longer. I am just looking for experiences after having an ovary removed. Thanks! Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I wanted to get advice. My husband and I have been planning for a year now to have our last baby next year. This is not something we discuss with anyone but ourselves. We like to keep our baby-making plans private. Someone we are close to is getting married next year (it was supposed to be 2-3 years originally). I am in the wedding. Now, whether we have a little one or not, I can still be at the wedding. I would either have a young baby (this is not a child-free wedding, and some of my family would be there to help) or be pregnant if everything went as planned. She has recently brought up to me that someone else at the wedding is planning to be pregnant at the time of the wedding and she is really upset about it. I honestly am not sure what to do. I am not getting any younger and do not want to have my last one after a certain age. I had every intention of trying before she was ever engaged. So do I put my family on hold even though I have been planning this for a year, or do …