I was 27 years old when PCOS caused me to have an emergency hysterectomy. I never had the chance to work through it first. I never got the time to grieve the end of the possibility of more children. I had my ovaries removed as well. I went through 11 surgeries before the hysterectomy. I did not handle it well. I was told as a teen that I would never have children. I had worked through that and was ok. Don't ever believe 100% that you can't. I have 3 healthy happy children. Never tried fertility drugs or anything. They are 20, 17, and 13. Clearly these are the children God wanted me to have. I am 39 now and healthy. Never let doctors convince you of the 'never' possibility. I am proof that is not always so.
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