Don’t know what to do

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kianahouse
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Don’t know what to do

Postby kianahouse » Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:24 am

Hey everybody! I have been here for a long while, and I think this is the correct place where I can share my scrape and request your recommendation. I am 40 years of age. I have been TTC for as far back as 8 years. I was going to surrender when I got help. This is the reason I think that it's important to impart to you my story and become acquainted with what other ladies feel or experience. I imagined the kid promptly after marriage, and we were altogether energized at the unforeseen development. Following three years, I went off the pills since we believed that it was the perfect time to get a baby. We suspected that it could be as simple as it had been the point at which I imagined the kid. In any case, we were shocked that in spite of ceasing the pills, I didn't consider. We went to see a specialist for an examination to help build up the reason for out inconvenience. My Doctor uncovered that I had shut fallopian tubes thus there was no chance I could consider normally.. Don’t know what to do.

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Re: Don’t know what to do

Postby sharonm » Tue Dec 19, 2017 11:22 pm

You are feeling desperate now and probably don't see any solution. My advice to you is to try with infertility clinics. There are many options that you can consider. Think about it. Don't give up before you try.

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Re: Don’t know what to do

Postby chirpyaubrey » Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:43 pm

Hi there, no need to feel all lost due to blocked fallopian tubes. It's one of major causes of infertility among women besides PCOS I guess. I assume you've already figured a way out to deal with this problem but if you haven't I'm sure IVF can help you. Not that it's impossible to conceive naturally at 40, but in most cases in premenopausal women the natural TTC barely works unless your reproductive physiology is like that of a mid-20's.

You've been trying for 8 years right... it's fair enough to move onto assisted reproduction if things didn't really work this far. I'm pretty sure you've tried everything you could in all these years to ensure success. Haven't you had any symptoms at all that could lead to early diagnosis maybe? As far as I know, unless it had to be removed surgically in case of damage you should be like getting deep period pains, pelvic heaviness and very irregular periods ever since the blockade started to develop. I understand that maybe after struggling so much you'd want to be a biological parent instead of having to consider donor conception. IVF can really help you. Find a good clinic and start your process if you're already not on it.


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