After two and half years of trying, and after four infertility treatments and IUI's, I was beginning to lose a little hope. My husband, however, never gave up hope. He always encouraged me to continue to have faith and hope. I went to see three reproductive specialists; the first said my chances of getting pregnant was very poor (due to my age and severe endometriosis, and only one functional follopian tube). I sort the advice of second RE; he also did not have much faith. He went along with my request to appease my anguish. After three treatments with him, I took a break for a few months. This past May I decided to seek a third and final RE opinion. He told me I had a 20% rate of success with IVF, but I was better off with a donor egg. I underwent one last treatment with and IUI, and that too was not successful. By then, I decided I did not wish to continue with the treatment. The physicial, mental, and emotional strain was just too much for me to bare. But in all that time, I never ceased praying. But going against all odds: age, endometriosis, etc; God proved His infinite mercy. He has heard my prayers, He has seen my tears, He has felt my anguish. I learned today I am pregnant. Praise be to God. He has made the impossible happen. Ladies, I know a lot treatments, herbs, vitamins are out there, but God is much greater and stronger than any treatment plan available. He wants to hear your committment , He wants to hear your prayers. Please develop a relationship with God. He will answer your prayer. Never, never lose hope of being a mom, but even more importantly, don't ever give up on God. What is impossible for man, is possible for God. And he who has the faith the size of a mustard seed can overcome anything, with God by your side.
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