As I read a few of the stories, I began to feel not so alone..Although I got sad, as I read about stages that women are in that I have not even thought about or may have to visit. I have never been one to have patience, but I'm trying. I think back to all those years I was taking birth control pills to prevent myself from getting pregnant when all along I was going to cross this path. Each month I get my period I want to cry. I get excited if the ovulation kit reads positive. Having sex with my husband has become a chore and not as enjoyable as it use to be. I am an emotional basket case. Each week I get news from friends who are expecting...and it took just one try for them. My husband and I got married and wanted to wait until we thought we were ready to have kids to do so..well we waited almost 7 years...and to now go through this cycle of wanting to be pregnant each month, is very draining. I know that adoption is an option, but it's not one I want to explore right now. I found out when I was 29 years old that I was adopted so I am still dealing with that. I want to be a mom to a child that looks like me and that I can nurse...Advise from ones who know what I am going through would be great. My friends and family who don't know what I go through mean well but don't say the right things!
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