My husband and I have been TTC for 2 years now. We had a bump in the road back in October when I was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma insitu. I had a cone biopsy done and everything came out great. So we are back to trying even harder this time. My cousin told me yesterday that she's pergo. I am so happy for her but can't stop feeling jealous and sad. I don't want to feel this way towards her because I love her so much. She wasn't even trying. She said it just happened.Why can't that just happen for me? Why is it that when you want something so bad and it keeps happening for other people? I'm severely depressed about the way I'm feeling. I feel like I need to just appect the fact that this may not be in the cards for me. It makes me feel like a failure as a woman and a wife.View Thread
I have never had irregular periods or any other kind of female troubles. I got off the pill 2 years ago and still no baby. I'm 29 years old. I feel like a failure because I havn't gotten pregnant yet. I hate it when people ask when we are going to have kids or if I'm prego yet. I want to scream!!! I have not been to the dr. yet to see if anything is wrong. I think it's because I don't want to hear it. I feel like I'm not fulfilling my obligation as a woman.View Thread
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