About Me: Female, 32, bethel , CT, member since Apr 2010
ok, this needed to be updated. im 29, married for going on 4 years ? the ? mark is, i just cant rememeber how many years. ive been blessed with two angels, but sadly no children. i have pcos, which i have known about since 2006 and until this past year have dont nothing
[More] in regards to it. im currently ttc for baby #1 for dh and I. we have been trying for 3 full years now and only luck was angel #2. im being treated for pcos and infertility at MRA of CT. been a patient of theres for 9 months and i have joined a wounderful support group with this medical facility, these are my peeps...curretly im in limbo for insurance reasons, but while im waiting dh and seriously trying and after the start of the new year and hopefully a start for a whole new life for me i will be pregnant. if not dh and i will be seeing what other steps we need to take for ttc. maybe 2013 and turning 30 in jan will give me great luck!
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