Just thought I'd share my experiences very briefly in the hope it gives people a boost of optimism. I have a huge history of gynae problems...as a teenager i was diagnosed with unicornuate uterus ( so only 1 ovary would have chance of producing a child), later told extensive endo, and clearly I'd be an IVF candidate. Id had a ridiculous number of ops so some adhesions as well. Oh and I was over 30 when I decided to have children. After a year of trying...I conceived naturally and had a baby ( admittedly at 35 wks). But that's not all ...since that little bundle of joy I've had two more children in quick succession...all c sections and the last two when I was over 35! So don't give up if you're reading this because you may have a history similar to mine...must go their supper needs cooking !
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