I jumped on here for two reasons, to see what others are doing to get pregnant and to rant. My sister is in the same boat. She has been trying to get pregnant now for 6 months. She had been on bc for several years prior. Regardless, my husband and I were also trying and we were not super anxious because we were told it could take up to a year. However, 4 months later I am pregnant. Which is exciting, yet, my pregnancy is so far not a very healthy one. When I called to tell her the lasted update of my baby's health (high chance of a neurological disability) all I got was, "at least you can get pregnant." I imagine how difficult and frustrating it can be for you ladies but please, feelings of resentment have their place! And, in my case, where I sought support from someone important I got snubbed.View Thread
Ladies, Thank you for your kind words. I was upset and needed to vent somewhere so I appreciate the support. We've got two more weeks before we are in the clear. As far as stressing, yeah, freaking out won't change outcomes. You just never know! To both, good luck conceiving. I guess to all of us....things happen for a reason!View Thread
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