Hi. I'm 24 years old and me and DB had been trying for two years now. I know I am young and DB is the same age as me but we decided we want to have kids early. We were careful when I was in college not to get me pregnant but after I graduated in 2008 and up until now, we have not succeeded. We both have full-time jobs and is opening a business real soon. The only thing missing in our lives is our little angel we've been waiting for two years now.
I went to an OB three months back and after an ultrasound I found out my womb is inverted. She said it's not impossible to get pregnant but it will be difficult. From then on, I always end up emotional when my period comes. I don't want to say I've lost hope but it's depressing everytime. I'm praying to God for a miracle to come in my life because I feel guilty that I'm hardly capable of bearing a baby when DB wants it so badly since last year. I think I've found a place for support here. Thank you for welcoming me around and congratulations to those who have succeeded. I'm waiting for that moment in my life which for sure, I will share to everyone around here.
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