I Tried an Unnatural Pregnancy
For the majority of couples, having your own child and sharing those special moments becoming a parent is the ultimate happiness. But what if you or your partner only had a 6% chance of having your own baby, what would you do and how far would you go to chase that happiness?
To the majority of us, getting pregnant and having own child would bring the most joy and excitement. For others, it's the last thing on their minds busy with their advancing careers until finally wanting one, but being too late. When this happens, IVF, or In Vitro Fertilization, is the go-to medical procedure to better your chances at pregnancy.
Just like normal pregnancy, IVF is not 100% and can take many tries until you're able to get pregnant. Many times, the procedure does not work, or it does and complications arise from the pregnancy resulting in a failed IVF. It may seem easy to try again, but for some, the mental and physical rollercoaster in being hopeful to have your own child to not can hurt more than coming to terms and realizing, it just wasn't meant to be.
If you are unable to have your own child, it's okay. You're not alone in this matter and although you may feel like you'll never be a parent, that simply isn't true. Being a parent is much more than just having your own child. A parent is someone who is able to teach, care, and share experiences with a child - whether yours or not. You can always enjoy the company of others' children and become the cool auntie that every child looks forward to.
For those who feel the same, don't worry. Life works in such mysterious and unknowable ways. At times, we could care less at what's in front of us only to look back and want that now. In the end, enjoying every moment you've been given and appreciating every opportunity we have is the best part of life.
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