On infertility and the importance of forgiving yourself..

Fertility Impossible

When we were first trying to get pregnant, it never crossed our minds that we’d have any problems. I mean, we knew that it may not be something that happened right away, but it didn’t occur to us that it would be something that wouldn’t happen for us ever. Not naturally, anyway. We did what the experts told us to do and tried on our own for a year. But I knew something wasn’t right. As time went on and after many visits with my doctor and then my specialist, we figured out what the problem was and where the problem lied. The problem was with me. The problem was my eggs. Wow. That was hard to hear.

Infertility has taught me about forgiveness. I had to learn how to forgive myself even though I hadn’t necessarily done anything wrong. It’s very hard as a woman to know that you…

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I opened Pandora's box and infertility entered my life.

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  1. LisaB says:

    Thanks for sharing – that is a great post.

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