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How Do You Cope With The Thought, That You Might Not Have Any Children?
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posted January 7, 2018
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A myPCOSteam Member

I trust God fully with His plan for my life. If He says no to having children then I know it's because He has something else in mind for me and I'm okay with that because I know only a perfect God can design a perfect plan for my life. Does it still hurt? Oh yes but I trust that God knows what he is doing and I know He loves me.

posted July 3, 2018
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I found out i had pcos at 32 ive had false positive pregnancy test ive had miscarriages and i dont talk abt it much because no one could understand because they have kids i made up in my mind along time ago that i didn't want any kids because the hardest thing in life is to carry a baby then lose it or have all the symptoms in the world and you take a pregnancy test and its negative so i just take care of everybody elses kids and enjoy them to the fullest of life just because we can't conceive dont mean we can't be parents although every woman wanna feel there baby heart beat kick feel it move and go threw the whole experience but sometimes we don't get to go threw that but its always adoption tiny you will see her again IVF metformin take it consistently like you should you know following strict diet plan you know certain things that will accommodate your body it hurt to think or feel like we will neva know what thats like but you pray and try your hardest to make peace with the illness and bless a kid whos here on earth already with a beautiful home up bringing and great parents ladies keep yall heads up it will be okay just take it one day at a time 😘😘😘😘

posted July 17, 2018
A myPCOSteam Member

Honestly if I didn't have my religion, I would not be able to cope with infertility. But I know that God's timing and plans are perfect, and He doesn't give us anything we can't handle πŸ’ͺ🏽

posted April 23, 2020
A myPCOSteam Member

I’m 43 and have never gotten pregnant and at this point I never will. I have always been someone who everyone expected to be a mother. I myself saw having children as well. Never thought for a minute I couldn’t have them. I don’t see much of a future. It looks lonely without children and grandchildren. I have always worked with children. It’s something I’ll never truly be able to wrap my brain completely around. I long for a baby.

posted November 18, 2018
A myPCOSteam Member

I just recently confirm I had PCOS I am 33 and in the past 2 years I been thinking of having a baby. I tell myself if I cant have a child I know there is adoption so maybe I will start putting money aside cause adoption is not cheap. I am single I date guys that have kids from time to time and I feel bad I cannot have that joy at this time. My nephew makes things all better for me he tells me I'm like his mom cause I help take care of him 😁. Everytime I get sad I think of all the other good things I have around me and I'm not giving up. Reading your stories I realize that were not alone and that maybe one day we will wake up to a miracle for now stay strong and sending out positive vibes.

posted January 19, 2019

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