I was just pondering this today. In my happy work home, 2 ladies recently had their 2nd babies, 1 is about 25 weeks along, and a 3rd is 15 weeks. None have had miscarriages, not have had treatment. And I struggle with this every day, even though we have an angel here with us.
Some think beating infertility is a positive pregnancy test, while others think it’s making it to the first ultrasound, and for some it’s when they hold that precious little newborn in their arms for the very first time.
But when do you actually beat infertility?
If it’s when you get that positive test, does that mean those that have lost their babies have failed? Or those that never see that second line are forever a failure? If it’s when you get to hold your baby and theyfinallymake it home safe, does that mean everyone who has chosen to livea life without childrenwill never win? Does it mean they have permanently lost the battle? I really don’t think so.
I realize we all define beating infertility a little differently, butI guess, what I’m trying to say here is that if we define beating infertility as having a baby, we…
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