Waiting for the right time
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|Wed, 12-05-2012 - 8:12pm|
I've been trying for almost a year and I know to some it may not seem like that long. But coming from a family where the women seem to have no problem getting pregnant it worries me. Ever since I was young I always said that I wanted to do it the right way, marriage-> baby. I'm only 26 years old, it's not like I'm that old and I don't think it should be taking this long. I know things like this take time but everyone makes it seem so easy, especially the teenagers that get pregnant. I know I shouldn't but I get depressed and even a little jealous when I see other women pregnant. About 2 months ago, I was almost a month late and I was sure I was pregnant and when I took the pregnancy test and it was negative my whole world fell apart. All of a sudden everything changed. Trying to conceive went from being fun and exciting to scary and sad.
Last month I was at work when all of a sudden I had a sharp pain in my lower abdomen, so sharp it made me vomit. By the end of the night the pain had spread throughout my body and I ended up going to the ER. I thought I was having an ectopic pregnancy but it turned out I had a large cyst of my ovary burst. At my follow up with my gyno, she checked everything she could and couldn't find a reason why I wasn't conceiving. So now, I'm left with this question... What do I do now?