I am newly remarried and have 2 children naturally from a previous marriage. @25 I had my tubes tied and now at 32 im remarried to a wonderful man how has no kids. We are now just starting the process and i don't know what to expect. What are the chances i'll actually become pregnant the first time? Is there anyway to increase my chances of having twins? I am completely terrified of the medications and the chance of it not working. Does anyone have any advice that may help put my fears and worries to rest? We are trying to decide between the Attain IVF multi-cycle or refund programs. If anyone has used either of these any advice would be great. I feel so bad having to put my husband through this because of my choices from my past bad marriage and would like and hope to make this as easy as possible. thank you all for your advice in advance.View Thread
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