This past Saturday we went to a friends house and one of our friends announced they were pregnant. It was their first and I am generally happy for them, but you all know how it goes. My husband looked at me and my eyes started to water up right in front of this couple who just announced they were pregnant. I tried to cover it up by facing the other way, I think I was successful! In that moment I felt I couldn't keep it inside anymore so I told our host that it was difficult to hear that news when we have been TTC for over a year. (The other couple wasn't around when I was talking to our host about my issues.) I don't feel bad for tearing up in front of them. I don't care anymore what people think about my infertility. Because the way I see it, it's my disease and so what if everyone knows. I have been keeping my struggle quiet for too long. I really don't care if people hear me complaining about it because in the end this really sucks!
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