My life always revolved around a plan – finish studying by the age of 25-26, get married at the age of 26, start trying for a baby three years after marriage and become a mother when I was 30.
The first time we conceived was in Jan 2011, just as planned since I was 6-7 months short of turning 30. Our so called “plan” started falling a part when I was diagnosed with an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
Since then, I have survived 2 other failed pregnancies (one ectopic + chemical or ectopic) in my only remaining tube before finally moving on to IVF in 2013.
Trying to make a baby of our own has not been easy for me or my dear husband (without his support I KNOW I would have lost my sanity). Through this blog, I am hoping to share my story and reach out to many who gather support from others’ experiences – just as I have in these last two years.