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By  Emiweb  |  9

Unless you do actually want to have children one day (in which case, this totally sucks) then this sounds ideal. No more pills messing with your hormones.

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By  Emiweb  |  9

Unless you do actually want to have children one day (in which case, this totally sucks) then this sounds ideal. No more pills messing with your hormones.

By  RichardPencil  |  27

Well, I take vitamins probably for no reason. There’s most likely no chance that I’d have a vitamin deficiency, but I’m paranoid about it anyways.

We’re twinsies, practically.

By  ojosRojos  |  26

Girl PREACH. My husband and I have been trying for over a year and a half and are now going to a fertility clinic. What a waste it was to worry about (and pay for) birth control and condoms for the 10 years before that!

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  honestjane  |  22

There are plenty of women who don't want the joys of pregnancy. I was miserable and felt like I had the flu the whole time. And both of my children were conceived while I was on birth control. If she doesn't want kids, she's right to be paranoid. And she should still take precautions just in case.

By  TheCrazedHare  |  6

I'm so sorry, maybe this will make you feel better. I had 2 friends. the first one was told she could never carry a child to term, she kept.losing the child, (lemme say this was also the 70/80's) she got pregnant, but instead of changing her life style she said fuck it because she didnt think it would stay like every other but because she never stopped smoking his birth weight was low and she kept him to term. ( not advocating smoking just saying)

also had an aunt who was told shed never have children, had tried for years, told her she was infertile, she has 2 children, 17, 8 years old. boy and a girl.

I know that can suck but humans are weird and crazy things happen if you want children don't give up hope.

plus you could always borrow a close relatives eggs? that way the Gene's are still close.


also side note, sucks you spent that money when not needed, but still be safe from any std/sti's

By  AmbrosiaFan  |  16

I'm sorry to hear that but doctors are not the end all be all to your body...

I've known "infertile" couples who conceive and carry to term.

I know people who were told they'd most likely not get pregnant without medical intervention watching their eight year old go to school tomorrow.

I know people who became "infertile" from birth control.