Ok I need to vent for a minute. I am just soooo angry about things right now. I work for a hospital and I can't help but get angry everytime I see some 14-20 year old kid whose knocked up or has several kids. It's all I can do to not burst in to tears and have a major meltdown about it. I HATE this infertility thing. I really never thought I would be going through this. I want to scream at God and tell him how unfair this is and I want to shake these young girls and tell make them understand just how lucky they are. I had a child abuse case a few months back and I wanted to hurt the people who did that to the child. Don't they understand how lucky they are, how I would kill to have what they have.... ugh... Don't know how much longer I can do this.
Jennifer (29) Husband (30) TTC- 2 years 2 M/C's Infertility testing is done... Now on to ClomidView Thread
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