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Hey there, how are you all? I hope you all are doing great. This forum looks great. Everyone is helping each other. Since I am new here and don't know how to ask for help. I am infertile and can't conceive a baby naturally. I have two options left for me. One is the adoption and the other is surrogacy. My partner is thinking about adoption but I don't want to raise someone else's baby. I know some of you have faced a similar situation and I need help. What should I do convince my partner? I would be very thankful. Surrogacy is a great choice but my partner has some doubts. Thanks and hoping best replies.

  1. Pinder3 months ago

    There are other options, as well. Have you considered IVF? It's a pretty reliable procedure. There are a lot of fertility clinics that excel in these services. You should seek out an expert opinion and then make a decision. Don't limit your options! Good luck to you.

  2. Malinee3 months ago

    Hey, Kelly. How come you only have two options? Have you considered going for IVF or IUI? They are also very effective methods. But, if you really only have these two options then I think it's really close. Both the methods have yielded success for people. You should opt for what you see fit. Surrogacy maybe just about edges adoption, considering the baby is biologically yours.

  3. melissastan1 month ago

    Hi. How are you doing? Really sorry to hear about your struggles. I hope
    I can help you out here. The best thing you can do is talk to your husband about it. You don't want to do something that you might regret later. At least that's what i would've done. It would be unfair to you and the child as well. Don't rush into anything. These decisions should be made after properly thinking about them. Think about it and take as much time as you need. You can do some research if you like. Everything will work out for sure. I'm sure you guys will make the right decision. Good luck.

  4. kimberlyjames1 month ago

    Hey. You should talk to him about this. Tell him all the reason why you dont want to go for adoption. Give him some time. He might change his mind. Don't make rash decisions. I hope you guys figure out what to do. Good luck.

  5. SummerAu1 month ago

    Kelly, hi! I think it's important to be on the same page as your DH. I would suggest you two talk it out. Then make a decision. Both the methods are decent, however, I agree with your stance. It makes more sense to raise your own biological child! Good luck to you! Hope it happens, soon. x

  6. Railee1 month ago

    Hello, Kelly. It's important to have a mutual decision about something so big. If your partner does not agree with it, then you should consider other options. Or maybe, let the clinic decide what's best for you. You're doing everything right so far. I hope the procedure goes as well, too! Good luck to you!

  7. MarianaK1 month ago

    Hey, Kelly. I can understand your situation. I think you should let the professionals make the decision for you. You should start by finding a good clinic, first of all. After that, you can always decide whether you want to go for it, or consider other options! I think this makes perfect sense. It is your decision at the end of the day. I just want to wish you the best of luck with whatever you choose!

  8. MirandaD2 weeks ago

    I hope things go well for you. The advice I can give to you is that the clinic you visit should know what they are doing. The more experienced the clinic and the doctor the better it will be. I am saying this from my own experience. My procedure is going great due to this reason. The doctor will then help you decide the procedure as well. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.

  9. JuneeM2 weeks ago

    Kelly, it really is your choice. So, I wouldn't want to decide it for you. You can go for whatever you think is ideal. I personally think surrogacy is a better option than adoption. It's your decision, at the end of the day. Good luck to you! I'm glad you're doing something about your troubles. Good for you!

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