About Me: Female, 50, North Jackson, OH, member since Mar 2010
I am soon to be 43 and mother of 5 wonderful children. I recently found out I was pregnant after an endometrial ablation. My husband and I are very scared and ready for some answers. There is so little medical information out there, I would just like to know what to exp
[More]ect. Kassidy was born a bit premature, but is healthy! She is now 5 years old!
I'm now in neuro diagnosis limbo, not getting any definitive answers, and am frustrated!!!!
Just a quick note to say hi! I am glad to hear that there is a woman out there that has gotten past 20 weeks. I suspect that I am pg as well. I am 40 yrs old and an ablation 6 years ago and a tubal 11 years ago. I did not plan on having more children but then again you never now what God has in store for you. Good Luck on your pg and may God be with you every step of the way. Please pray for me and my family. Denita
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