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My journey

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My journey started in 1999 when our son was born. His life was taken when he was 7 months old. My husband and I were young. I was 17 and he was 19. After our son passed. We never really tried because I was so sick with toxemia and was hospitalized and we were young. Time went by. In 2008 we started trying . I hade to go to infertility doctor because my period was irregular. We got pregnant and we lost when we were 16 weeks . After that we went on to have 7 more miscarriages. Tried 2 different doctors. No one had a answer. So in 2014 we started fostering and we adopted her in 2017 between then he had 3 more miscarriages. In May of this year I lost my father before he left us he was telling me to hold the baby love the baby. Putting my arm in the position as I was holding a baby. I made a appointment with a fetal medicine doctor who review my history. I was told that my chance of carrying a baby was 20 percent. I would have to be on all kind of medicine. That still won’t guarantee a successful Pregnancy . We told me my best bet would be to find a suggogate mother.

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American Intended Parent, Cape May, New Jersey, USA
Regina - Intended Parent
Location: USA / New Jersey / Cape May | Member since: July 7th, 2018 [EDT]
We are unable to carry a baby do to my body fight off the baby as a foreign object. ... See Profile
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