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Please somebody anybody I need help

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I'm 19 me and my husband has been together for four years now,just married and we've been trying to conceive for almost a year now... I'm scared because is it possible I can't have kids? But that can't be right because I had no choice when I got an abortion when I was 15 at this point I'm just really scared nervous and confused can somebody please help me I've been trying everything!!!

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Infertility isn't uncommon and when you see a specialist, conceiving might be easier than you thought! There are different treatments and procedures that can peak your and your husbands fertility. Call your doctor for a referral and see what resources they might have. To see some awesome success stories, check out YouTube. I personally love Ellie & Jared - they vlogged their entire infertility journey and might be encouraging to watch. Keep your head up chickie =)
I don't think you're overreacting. However I do think you should talk to your mom about all this. I know that isn't the first thing a guy like doing - talking about feelings and whatnot - but I think it would be helpful for her to know how this is affecting your and your family. Tell her you love her and really want her to be a part of his life. Tell her that you really want her to spend some time with him and you are willing to do whatever it takes to make that possible whether that means driving up for a weekend or paying for her to come visit, even hotel if that's what she wants. I'm sure once she meets him she will want to see him more often. Tell her this and I think it will work itself out :)
I don't think you're overreacting. However I do think you should talk to your mom about all this. I know that isn't the first thing a guy like doing - talking about feelings and whatnot - but I think it would be helpful for her to know how this is affecting your and your family. Tell her you love her and really want her to be a part of his life. Tell her that you really want her to spend some time with him and you are willing to do whatever it takes to make that possible whether that means driving up for a weekend or paying for her to come visit, even hotel if that's what she wants. I'm sure once she meets him she will want to see him more often. Tell her this and I think it will work itself out :)

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