what if i was not able to use donor sperm and try to have a baby
what if i had not lost the baby from my first pregnancy
what if i had not gotten pregnant with bliss
what if i had not been able to carry him to term after my first trimester scare
what if i had not been able to try for a sibling for bliss
what if i had not run out of his donor's sperm trying time after time
what if i had not lost a second baby with the new donor
what if i had not been able to move to clomid after more and more tries
what if i had not been able to try injectibles after many tries on clomid
what if i had not been able to move on the ivf after more tires
what if i had gotten pregnant my first ivf try
what if i had not lost twins after my first fet
what if i had not had a chemical pregnancy after the next ivf
what if that ivf had worked
what if i had not gotten pregnant with soul on my next ivf
what if i had not been able to have a vbac birth of soul
what if i never got to be a mother
I cannot imagine even the thought. But so many women go through it every day.
It is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) this week and I am joining thousands of other women and men in posting about this issue and asking the question "what if?" Shining a light on this issue is something I feel is important.
Author and infertility activist Mel and Resolve have teamed up to promote awareness this week. Please join them in supporting this issue.
National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW): www.resolve.org/takecharge
Read the other members of the blogroll are saying here: http://www.stirrup-queens.com/2010/04/bloggers-unite-project-if-part-two/