Finding out that you are unable to get pregnant can be a heart breaking experience for many reasons. On the one hand, you may have always looked forward to having a baby of your own and a family with your partner but on the other hand, something you may not even realize is that one of the key factors that are causing you to be heart broken or upset is the fact that society has conditioned you to think that this is what you have to do with your life and not having a baby is a form of failure as a woman. Women often feel incomplete or that there is something wrong with them when they find out that they cannot get pregnant naturally however, you are completely able to live a full and complete life without a baby that you have birthed.
Knowing your limits
Of course, if you truly want to have a baby and you are unable to get pregnant naturally, you can visit some IVF clinics and inquire about the services that they offer. You can find out the costs involved and the chances of becoming pregnant with these procedures. Of course, you need to keep in mind that these procedures are very expensive and you could end up spending a massive amount of your saving on a procedure that may not bring about a pregnancy at all.
You need to know how much you are willing to spend on a potential IVF pregnancy and where you are going to stop. For this, you will need to have a clear idea about your finances and your budgets before you begin the procedure with the knowledge that it may and may not work.
Becoming a parent is not about DNA and giving birth. It is about the experience of nurturing and loving a baby. You could also explore the option of adoption instead of spending thousands on trying to get pregnant without any guarantee of success as you can invest that money in to a baby who is already born and does not have a home. There are thousands of babies in orphanages without homes and parents but most people will opt to spend thousands on procedures that are unnatural and may not even work. If people were more open to adoption, there would be far less babies in orphanages. Infertility may be nature’s way of population control and it certainly does not prevent you from being a mother to a baby.