In my head I am beginning to accept the idea of having only 1 child...my heart aches for one more. I am still playing with my new dx of low ovarian reserve and trying to accept my situation. My husband and I are going to get a 2nd opinion on April 28, but with that dx they probably want to go straight to IVF or use donor eggs. Our insurance would cover a good portion of it, but I am not sure if I want to buy into something that isn't for sure just yet. We already have a 5 year old and maybe that is all we are suppose to have. I have been ttc since December 2006 and had a positive pregnancy test in February 2008, but lost the pregnancy at 5 weeks. I was devastated and I knew I had to move on because my family needed me and I wanted to get on with my life. Thinking of not being able to conceive rips my heart out. Also, at the same time it has taught me to hug my daughter a little tighter, be aware of the time we share because they grow up so fast, and you only get one chance at life so make the best of it!!! Most of all stop dwelling on my ability not being able to conceive and to concentrate on what I can do....love my family with more passion.
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