I just wanted to get your opinion about working or not working with secondary infertility. I have a four year old son and for the last three years have been working full time (with a one hour commute each way). Unfortunatly lately I don't think my son is very happy in the childcare situation I have worked out for him. My original plan was to only work a year or two, then get pregnant and come home... Well needless to say that hasn't happened the way I had planned. My dilemma is this: While working I can afford fertility treatments. If I quit my job, we would be trying naturally only. I feel like I have already missed so much of my child's childhood working while trying to get pregnant. I do feel like I would be less stressed at home which could only help my fertility. I feel that I would miss my career, but my family would greatly benefit. Has anyone had this dilemma? What did you do and how has it worked out? I appreciate any advice...
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