my marriage has just broken due to the tension of child mattar. so many IUI, 2 failed IVF with own egg, 1 failed IFV with donor egg. now he is not in there anymore.
while we are on separation, can i (myself) go for child adoption? is that possible?
You may consider embryo donation or adoption, or use donor sperm. Also there is a place in n.y. That does frozen donor eggs and then use donor sperm....2 ladies on here ane had successful pregnancies using frozen eggs. I believe any of these are quicker than adoption, and not anymore expensive. Of course,unless you wanted to adopt an older child?
I am sorry your has and didn't ride this out with you...I would guess that around 90% of people are succesful in their fertility struggles if they are open to the possibilities.
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