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To What Lengths?

Last month, at my most recent doctor’s appointment, my nurse practitioner gave me the talk.

The “you’re not as young as you used to be” talk.

She reminded me that every month of trying to conceive counts at my age.

She advised me to try an ovulation predictor kit for a couple of months and if we are still unsuccessful, she would like us to consider Clomid. Again.

Here’s the problem. I want one more baby.

Here’s what I’m not sure of…

…that I want more than one more.

When I was on Clomid before, I ovulated like a crazy person.

Add my age and the increased chances for multiples, and I’m pretty frightened of even going down that road.

My paperwork for my referral to infertility is sitting here on my desk.
To fill it out is to commit to taking things to the next level and that terrifies me.

We’re now on our second month of ovulation predictor kits.

If we’re unsuccessful this month, we’ll have to decide to what lengths we’re willing to go for another child.

Have you taken Clomid?
I’d love to hear your stories.

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