I have been trying to have a baby for about 2 years now. After struggling with my OBGYN, I was finally referred to a fertility doctor. She found that I had endometrosis really bad. She run the dye through my tubes and found that my left tube didn't have an opening so she told me if I ever got pregnant, it would have to come from my right tube since my left one wouldn't work. She also told me that I would have to have a complete hysterectomy by the age of 30. I'm 23. So she is gonna start me on Clomid in a couple of weeks. I'm so stressed out about all of this. My mother and father-in-law have two boys. They have no grandkids yet. I really wanted to be the one to have their first grandkid, but I think my sister-in-law is also trying. I just want to cry. I hate to be selfish and ask God to give me a child, but that is something I have dreamed of since I was a little girl. I really need some encouragement. Coming here has really helped me to see that there are other people going through the same thing and having the same problem. Maybe I wouldn't be taking it so hard if my years wasn't numbered to 7 years to have as many kids as I wanted.
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