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I can't be a mother

Postby jaime » Sat Dec 09, 2017 12:06 pm

Hi! I hope all of you are leading a good life. I am having an awful time. I generally feel exceptionally steamed and suffocated. I have made myself disconnected from the world. From the day I was told about my coronary illness, nothing has been the same once more. I think it is on account that I can't be a mother. My destiny shows no benevolence or equity to me. I feel that my life will end soon. The greater part of this is a direct result of a coronary illness. I am prolific. I would now be able to try and feel that. In any case, can't do anything. Drug is likewise not helping that much. It is requiring excessively investment. It would be ideal if you enable me to out! Any proposals would be invited.
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Re: I can't be a mother

Postby rainymood » Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:34 pm

I am sorry
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Re: I can't be a mother

Postby glendakim » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:05 pm

Awww my Darling! I really want you to be strong! I read your whole post. I know it must have really been so difficult for you. No one can even imagine your pain...But, I think that it's more important for you to show some maturity right now. I think you should try other ways of becoming a mother. I mean, once even I was at the same place of yours. I was unable to conceive, but I decided to move on and start conceiving through another way. Now, I'm going to Ukraine to undergo an IVF solution. I think it's the only chance for me to get what I want. I think you should also not give up and try another way to have a baby. I know it's important to have a complete family. So, yes! I don't think you should give up.
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Re: I can't be a mother

Postby ambywilliam » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:50 pm

hey.there i would say that there is nothing .During your pregnancy, you should be under the care of a consultant obstetrician and a cardiologist in a hospital maternity unit,.good luck
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