I was diagnosed with aplastic anemia when I was 22 and was told because of that I'd never be able to survive a pregnancy. Dr.'s put me on meds so I woulnd't get a period because I can't make my own blood, so can't afford to lose any, etc. But I wanted to have kids, always did. Dr.'s scared me into taking all those meds. Then at 30 got tired of it all, wanted to just be a normal female and risk it. I got pregnant, and doc told me to terminate the pregnancy or I'll die; that I'd never survive long enough for the baby to be viable... etc. I refused and ended up carrying the baby to full term. Well, now we're wanting another baby. - I wished those doctors never told me I could never have one when I was 22. Now they're saying, "oops, we were wrong, but guess what, now you're too old to have a baby". jeesh if it's not one reason it's another
Anyways, I'm just doing what I feel is right. I'm tired of listening to doctors that may or may not be right. For one, I'm not *that* old.