| Originally Posted by ewok |
I fell real sorry about your endometriosis, and I agree with your FI, not everything can have the "perfect" timing. I'm much older than you (32), and I sure wish we had started trying for kids when I was only 25! As of now, we've been trying for over 4 years, and got nothing but many problems (PCOS, probable tube problems on my right), physical suffering (5 miscarriages, increasing period pains), and sadness. Time is running out on me, I never thought I'd have my first child at 33... that is if I ever have one (and not thinking about 2 anymore). Right now I've stopped trying since December, wanted to have fun on this trip (aka Drink and Not worry about possible miscarriage while I'm in Jamaica), we'll resume the active trying (temperature, ovulation tests, timed intercourse) on next cycle, depending on when ovulation fall.
BTW, did you have an hysterosalpingography to check on your tubes, and a laparoscopy exam where they burn some of your endo? Since your period is so painfull and you won't be able to try many times, they should do this to help you I think. (Yeah, I know way too much about anything fertility related...)
Your boudoir pic is great...
P.S. thank for the number, I should call tomorrow (don't exactly know how, since I work in very open cubicles, and this wedding is secret! LOL )
I also posted dress pics on the knock-off thread: http://bestdestinati....ml#post1186735
Call me selfish, especially after your story.. I really wanted another year or 2 to get my carer started as I've been on medical leave for 2 years. But we start now, I wont be 'stable' in my mind. But like you said and FI said no perfect planning, and this is all for health reason. I know I'll be ecstatic when I get pregnant (if I get pregnant)
I am soo sorry to hear about your problem. I know it doesn't help, but now and days with the technology woman can have kids safely up until 40.
who knows, maybe since you wont be 'trying' you'll get pregnant.. I've heard the stress of 'trying' can be a real big factor in things.
I have my fingers and toes crossed for you and your FI. You deserve it so much.
Would you ever consider adopting?
We've talked about it, but it's a long and very expensive procedure, not sure I'd be up for the stress.
So if your having problems with only the right side, could they do something to try and make it easier for the left side?
I have a endo specialist, and he wanted to treat me (put me into menapause)for endo but not burn them away. So I am currently waiting to see another doctor who will burn them away. I don't see how endo and being pregnant can help. They should be burned before that. I definitely want a second opinion. My crohn's doctor aggress. But she also (crohn's doc)said I should start trying like yesterday lol.
and then stop my period for good.
Again I am so sorry for your situation,
We're here anytime if you want to vent or just talk (well I am)
I LOVE YOUR DRESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I see how it's a 'little' toooo big lol. Let me know if and when you contact the seamstress what she said. Good luck.