When my husband and I first started our journey together I asked our OB/Gyn at the time could my infertility be hereditary she said that it didn't matter it still had to be fixed. Ok, geez that answer the question! My mom suffered from infertility. Now, granted she did suffer through everything I have had to experience nor does she have the exact same problem. She took Clomid and got pregnant. My dad however said that she was over medicated the first time creating problems, but once that was fixed she got pregnant w/ twins (my sister and I).Me however no such luck as most of you know from my journal enteries and treatments. We then after many months of Clomid from 50 mgs.- 200mgs. we finally had to see a fertility specialist and I asked him the same thing and got the same response. Well, damn we have forked out $960 dollars and some change on a fertility specialist. We saw the doctor for 6 months and nothing. Just drugs and more drugs. Well, damn is it hereditary or not? B/c I have to know b/c if I have a daughter then there's a change of her experiencing and going through the same thing. My husband and I have decided that were going to look for a house in the Summer and hopefully have one by the end of next year. I really can't do anything about my infertility until my new OB/Gyn gives me a clear bill of health from my LEEP surgery. Basically all this rambling is leading to the question have any of you experienced this? Did your mom suffer or dad from infertility? Have you asked your doc about it being hereditary and what have they said?
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