I can totally relate to you! This journey isn't an easy one. There are so
many obstacles between the way. I remember the first time when I had to visit
the doctor for my checkup I was so nervous. This is mainly because I didn't
have the slightest clue as to what was going on. We were told that things
were fine on almost all the appointments. Infact, it got so frustrating for
us because I really wanted things to work out. However, without knowing what
was wrong we couldn't really decide on proper treatment. We went forward with
several IUI treatments that didn't work for us. We even decided to go for
IVF! We did 2 of the IVF cycles and they also didn't work for us. I was
honestly so disappointed. Recently started visiting another clinic. They are
situated abroad however, I am really hoping that things work out for us. Good
luck to you as well.
You're absolutely right. Infertility is a big problem. Thank you for talking
about this! You talked about your experience. This will help lots of women
avoid such clinics. Keep up the brilliant work! Sending you lots of love and
baby dust for your TTC journey.
Hiiii, how have you been? Thank you for this post. I agree with you. There
definitely is a need for spreading awareness about the causes and treatments
of infertility. People are now realising these problems and taking steps
toward the betterment for themselves. Which is a great thing. There are many
different causes of infertility and specific treatments with respect to the
condition. For most people, medication works too. I was one of the
unfortunates ones. Surrogacy or adoption were the only options left for me. I
went with surrogacy. Luckily I found a good fertility clinic for this. I
weighed the pros and cons and obviously made an informed decision. I have a
son now. Things worked out well in the end.
I'm really happy you created this post. It's really important to raise
awareness. Women just are not aware of these things. It's crucial to tell
them about it. Women who are going through these troubles can help. So, it
makes me happier to see you made this. What you did not mention was the
importance of choosing the right clinic. A lot of people overlook that.
That's not good, to be honest. The choice of a clinic is so important. You
know, how much of an impact it has on the treatment. Good luck to you! I hope
things get better for you. You can get through it! Here's to hoping your luck
turns for the better.