About Me: Female, 47, Winnipeg, MB, member since Dec 2011
Here is my story...
I was first married at 33. Decided to start trying for baby in September of that year and I conceived in sept of that yr! We had MC and I didn't co
[More]nceive again although we tried.
We divorced without any children and I still don't have children. I was divorced at 36. Met the love of my life at 40. He has two children. 11 and 7. He had a vasectomy.
Soooo. After seeing our doctors and waiting for apps, etc. etc. soooooo frustrating to find out how difficult to conceive after 40. We decided to just stay natural and if it happens, it happens. That is where we are right now.. We both just turned 41 when he had reversal. Dont think doctors were really recommending it because of my age. Now 3 months later. Fingers crossed! Hoping for our miracle.
"Anyone else out there TTC after a reversal? We are both 41. He has 2 daughters, 11 and 7. He is seeing about having a reversal, but I am going for testing first to determine my levels, etc... All seems so hopeless I feel so naive abo..."
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