first of all i want to say i love this site, its the only place i can go and ask something and everyone trys to help and i can help others it the answeres are there within minutes. but here is what i'd like ur opinions on, I have to take heprin (a blood thinner). I take it by injecting my stomach twice a day. I take this due to blod clots in the past in my lungs. The doctor told me that i'll be on blood thinners the rest of my life and no matter how many pregnancies i have they will all be high risk. My fiance wants more kids but i'm too scared to try agian after this one is born, (due june 28th). Should i try for him again, or go ahead and get fixed so that i wont be risking myself or another baby?
I agree ... I wouldn' rush into the surgery. I would hold off right now and make a decision down the line ... you can still take precautions so the risk of pregnancy isn't very high while you are deciding. Closing the door altogether may be something you regret. Allow yourself time to decide. Best wishes!
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