wanting to be a mother
Having chemo 13 years ago is causing pain now why?
Anyone in the same situation?
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I had leukimia when I was 20 and due to the chemo I don't have a period unless I am on the pill. I am now 33 and my husband and I want to have a baby. I am finding it hard as I haven't met anyone in the same situation as me. No one understands. All I want is hope that it would happen and I can feel like a women again.
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replied April 8th, 2009
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do you know if you are ovulating? As long as you are ovulating there is a chance.
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replied April 8th, 2009
could I be
Don't think I am I don't have a period.
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replied April 10th, 2009
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I heard or read somewhere that you still can get pregnant. Its like some teens get pregnant even before they start their period. I dont know for sure. I would see a doctor to find out of you are ovulating. Or maybe those kits from the store. There has to be something out there
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replied June 15th, 2009
I understand U, because i had Acute Lymfiblastic Leukemia when i was 19 years old. Now i'm 29 and i want to have a baby. I have my period, but my worries are that i could relapse during my pregnancy. Did u talked to your doctor about that? U should see a gynecolog about your period, he should know what to do. i wish u all the best.
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replied June 19th, 2010
All the best to you all, my girlfriend has just started her journey with ALL, and she is devastated by the disease. She hopes to have children with me and I have not a clue if it is going to inherited to the child. Now I just hope she gets through the process and get well soon. All the best everyone!
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