My name is Heather and I'm 28yrs. old. I've lost 12 babies,3 were ectopic pregnancies.The rest were misscarriages.I also was diagnosed with PCOS and Endometriosis.I found this out when I was only 15yrs. old.Just two weeks ago,my fiancee and i lost our second child.Last time we lost our child,they had no choice but to remove my right fallopian tube,but left my right ovary.This time they had no choice but to remove both fallopian tube and ovary on my leftside.This left me with only my right ovary.The doctors told me the only way to concieve was either surrogacy or in vitro.This has been extremely rough for me mentally,physically,and emotionally.Depression is another battle I continue to face because I feel as if I have been robbed of one thing I've wished my entire life.I know there has to be another way to achieve the goal of having a child.Adoption isn't in our cards because it's overly expensive,and there's no such thing as a "payment plan".
Is there any other way to have a child when you don't have your left ovary/fallopian tube,or your right fallopian tube? All I have is my cervix,uterous,and right ovary left.
January 17, 2012 - 4:45am
My name is Heather,I'm 28yrs. old. I suffer from PCOS,Endometriosis,Depression,Severe abdominal pain,and PID.My fiancee and i just recently lost our 2nd baby.All together starting at age 19 I've ...
January 17, 2012 - 4:28am