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    I totally understand where you are coming from! My husband and I are now blessed with 2 boys. But it took a long time to get our second! We were able to get pregnant with our first son right away. We weren’t even trying!!! When we went to try for a second, it took 7 years before we were successful! It was very difficult because as you said you feel like people think you aren’t appreciative for what you have, however, there is a longing. A hole in your heart that isn’t filled because you want more kids. It is so hard. I think that secondary infertility isn’t taken as seriously as infertility because we have been blessed with a child. I’m not taking any infertility lightly, but sometimes I think it may be harder with secondary because you do have a child already. So you can’t understand why it is so difficult to become pregnant again. At least that is how I felt. As far as handling it, it is tough. My sister in law had 3 children while we were trying for our second!! When you are trying to conceive you notice every baby commercial, every stroller, every pregnant women!!! Just take deep breaths. I became angry, and hated the other pregnant women. It was very hard to be around my sister in law when she was pregnant. I began to judge myself as a person and mom. Thinking that God thought I wasn’t good enough or deserving of another child. It is so hard! I want to give you a heads up with clomid!! It’s tough. You think you are on an emotional roller coaster now, just wait. I want you to be aware of it, I felt like I was going crazy!


    Am so happy for you Stormy. ART can be expensive and time-consuming, but it has allowed many couples to have children that otherwise would not have been conceived. The most common complication of ART is a multiple pregnancy. This is a problem that can be prevented or minimized by limiting the number of embryos that are transferred back to the uterus. For example, transfer of a single embryo, rather than multiple embryos, greatly reduces the chances of a multiple pregnancy and its risks such as preterm birth. Success rates vary and depend on many factors, including the clinic performing the procedure, the infertility diagnosis, and the age of the woman undergoing the procedure. This last factor—the woman’s age—is especially important. Infertility can be treated with medicine, surgery, intrauterine insemination, or assisted reproductive technology. Often, medication and intrauterine insemination are used at the same time. Doctors recommend specific treatments for infertility on the basis of The factors contributing to the infertility. The duration of the infertility. The age of the female. The couple’s treatment preference after counseling about success rates, risks, and benefits of each treatment option.

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