I have been wondering were I "stand". I have a 7 year old child who I had with medical help after two years. Then I begain to try again in 2005, 3 years ago. I have had three m/c in the last two years, two last year. So when I am at a party with two preg. women who have no fertility issues and many children and one women who has been fighting infertility for the last 10 years and has had m/c 's also. Am I more like the preg. women or the women fighting infertility. I feel like I am in the middle alone with no one to talk to. The preg. women only complain about being preg. and how lucky I am to not have to be so "fat and tired" and I don't want to upset the women fighting infertility if she thinks I should not be sad because I have a child. I would love to know what others think. These women I am talking about are relatives I see occ. at family parties. I just don't know were I stand, I am not a baby making factory nor am I childless. I am not complaining in anyway. I am happy and thankful I have a child and if he is my only child.
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