ok so im only 19 and this is probably the last thing i should be worried about right now but due to family history its something thats always been on my mind. my Boyfried and i have been tring for a while now, Especially the last 5 months iv done everythng the internet has to offer to help with my situation but still nothing. In march i had a laparosocpy for endometiosis but the obgyn said i shount worry about infertiliy since i was only 18 but lm almost positive due to family history if i dont have kids early i wont and its the only thing i want to do with my life. Seeing how im only 19 and teen pregnacy is frowned upon i cant fnid a dr. to help . . . Can anyone give me advice as to what i can/ should do???View Thread
Yes i have done all those things and my calender is full of fertility dates menstral dates all of it; my partner and i have been together for 5 yrs i was diagnosed with endometriosis 2-3 yrs ago we have been practicing unprotected sex since then. I had a lapparoscopy in march and still nothing im afraid i wont have much longer to keep trying . . .View Thread
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