Quoting Trying4BabyNum3:I will NEVER give up until I have MY son or daughter n my arms :-)
That depends. If medications do not work, I don't know. IVF is not an option for us due to disagreements about what to do with possible leftover embryos as well as cost. If medication does not work for me, I may end up living a childfree life. I won't ever stop naturally trying, but if I don't ovulate naturally, it won't happen.
Well we dont believe in BC. So we will basically be TTC the rest of our fertile lives whether that is actively or not.
I'm willing to try forever...as far as I know there isn't any medical problems to keep us from having another baby. Getting our first was VERY easy...so until a doctor tell's me my uterus fell out we'll keep trying
If we don't get pregnant naturally in the time left at our current duty station: 1 year after a deployment - 5 months before a deployment, then when we get to our new duty station (hopefully in the states) we will start IVF.
I will continue to try until I am 30. If I can't get pregnant by then (I am almost 25) Then we will adopt for sure.
I don't know... getting pregnant is not a problem for me. But if i keep having miscarriages i really don't know how many my heart can take... if it happens 3 more times i'm going with adaption....
We have until my tubes close back up and then i'm done. so any where from 3mons to a year. really sucks not knowing. After 7 years of specialists and surgery and proceedure after proceedure which all ended in heartache i decided this was it. If we don't get preg. this time then we will for sure adopt no question about it.
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