Early this morning, my wife, Angie (38 years old), told me that she just got her period. This marks the end of the 3rd try for pregnancy with insemination. I feel bad today for her and upset myself. I am not mad at her in any way, just upset with the situation in general. We may never have children at this point. We can't afford IVF or the costs incurred in adoption. After all, we have over $3K to pay off in fertilization treatment with insemination...that's just only the last time. I love my wife, but I hope her love for me is strong enough to be enough for her.
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