Danielle - posted on 12/15/2015 ( 1 mom has responded )
I use to spend hours doing research feeling hopeless that I would never have a child. In 2008, I had a ectopic pregnancy that resulted in my right fallopian tube removed. Since then, I had horrible pain, ovarian cysts, light periods, and endless yeast/BV infections causing PID. I didn't think it would ever be possible for me to conceive naturally.That changed 14 weeks ago. The only thing I can think of that helped was that I had stopped drinking, started doing caster pacts, and took a cheap thyroid support. My menstrual cycle was like it was before my ectopic pregnancy and I had a surge in energy. I just want women to know who feel like it will never happen, my chances were statistically unrealistic. Like stupid unrealistic and it happened. Stay positive and honestly, it wasn't until I had become at peace with never having kids that I was given my miracle.