Stuck for choices

At my early age, I was always in the oblivion. I was brought up in an athletic family but genetically fit. The risk of strenuous exercise that I did each morning I woke up blinded me to keep on so as the body can adapt. I had even to lose my primary virginity as a cycled the bicycle. I didn’t get the right person to counsel and guide me through the process. I was so naïve and very young to tell apart what was wrong or right. Little did I know the ups and downs that I would later come by later in life. At my early teen age, I started to experience my monthly periods. This time too often but sometimes it would take even two months for it to happen. Life became so tolerable on my side. I always thought it was normal and didn’t have the guts to ask my parents and colleagues. As I grew up and knew how to navigate through the whole cycle, I knew the truth and got curious. That’s when I realized I was experiencing abnormal periods. As time went on, I couldn’t ovulate at all. The condition worsened and I had to seek medical attention. On further analysis, the doctor learned that I couldn’t be able to hold an embryo in my uterus. “Is it genetic or is it the exercise that I do all days?”. That is the question that lingers in my mind. I am in a confusion now as I cannot conceive however much I try.

  1. kimberlyjames7 months ago

    Hey. Sorry to hear about what you are going through right now. You have had a tough life. I dont think you should be taking any more risks. I hope you figure out what to do here. If you need help, I'm here. Good luck.

  2. melissastan7 months ago

    I don't think one should take a risk with life like that. When I was told that if I conceive it would most probably end in a miscarriage. I immediately stopped TTC. I knew I could never be able to deal with that sort of thing. It's just so cruel. I cant finally conceive and lose my baby like that. It seemed wise to choose other options in this case. And I glad I chose one of them. There was no point in suffering more. It worked out.

  3. Juliet395 months ago

    I am really sorry to hear about your bad experience. I can understand that this must be very hard for you. However, dont lose hope. I am sure things will get better. I would suggest that you visit a good RE. I honestly think that due to this reason nothing severe would result. Therefore, at this point visiting a good doctor is really important. They will carry out the ultrasound and some other good treatments and help you out. Other than this I would suggest that you dont worry! If something is deducted know that the field has improved. There are soo many other options that you can opt for. There are many treatments available now. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way.

  4. SummerAu3 weeks ago

    Judith, I'm so sorry. That's a tough situation to be in. You must be quite bummed out. I'm glad you aren't losing the faith. That's the most ideal way to approach it. Take it head on, you know? I really hope you do look for alternatives and get some luck with it! You can do it.

  5. Railee3 weeks ago

    You still have plenty of options. Don't be disheartened. I'm sure things will get better for you. I'd suggest you visit a fertility clinic. That's your best bet. They will carry out some more tests. Based on that, they will tell you what's best for you. Good luck to you! I hope you hear some great news!

  6. JuneeM3 weeks ago

    I think it's about time you considered assisted conception. I think that's your best shot. I know, you probably did not want to do it this way. Life never really goes as planned, though! Good luck to you, honey. Just keep the faith. I hope you conceive really quickly! Sending you my prayers and lots of prayers.

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