I'm so glad to have found your blog and read about how this InVitro process works. It seems scary and hard, but so so worth it. I'm happy to read that you've found your happy ending :)Thanks for sharing!
I am so glad I found you blog because it gives me hope on my journey that will soon start I understand how you felt because thats how I been feeling its hard to see how everyone is getting pregnant and your not. It was hard for me when the dr told me I wasnt going to be able to have children. Specially when my husband and I are ready to be parents. We finally going to start treament and I was looking for some support when I found your blog thank you for sharing your story it has help me alot and I dont feel so alone anymore thanks again for sharing.
I'm so glad you're fighting! If you ever need someone to talk to, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Seeking treatment is scary, but can be soooooo worth it!!!
Wow! Your blog is amazing!I’d like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Sue and I am co-authoring a book with a number of my friends whom I met years ago through the RESOLVE National Infertility Assn. of Greater San Diego. Our book is close to being released on e-readers and is entitled, “Ten Journeys of Hope.” Our tag line is “Conceived from Infertility.” There are ten of us who have each found a different path to resolution. We have covered the gambit: donor egg, surrogacy, frozen embryo transfer, PSOD, multiple miscarriage, IVF, GIFT, ZIFT, ICSI, unexplained infertility, adoption, child free living, multiples born after infertility treatment, fraternal twins born to two separate mothers twelve years apart. We each have written our own chapters for our book. In addition, we have one person who wrote from the guy’s perspective. Collectively we have endured nearly 100 years of infertility treatments and we have remained the best of friends over the years, because no one “gets it” like those who have walked in a pair of “infertility shoes”. We have always vowed to write a book and work to do more to support the people who are in the throws of infertility treatment. We have even designed a wristband to go with our book and “JOURNEY OF HOPE” is embossed on the bands, which match our book jacket. We are close to fulfilling our goal and completing our book, which should be in print this fall. I was wondering if you or some of your fellow bloggers would be interested in knowing about our book and/or helping us get the word out. We plan to donate 10% of our profits from the books and the wristbands back to RESOLVE National Infertility Support Group or Infertility research.You are clearly a well-followed blogger and I thought you wouldn’t mind helping a fellow infertile sister who is trying to provide more awareness and hope for those who are struggling.Thanks in advance for anything you can offer me.Sue JohnstonEmail: email@example.comP.S. I cried when I read Patricia's poem and wondered if she would give permission to include it in our book.