I”¦m sorry you had to go through that! Yes, of course you have the right to feel upset. We”¦ve all been there and it is so hard ¼ I don”¦t know if I would be offended, though”K actually, I would probably have a reaction to it, but after thinking about it, I wouldn”¦t be offended. She has gone through IF, too, so perhaps she feels more at ease talking this way with you. I”¦m playing devil”¦s advocate here”K I have a friend who I actually met in the waiting room of my clinic about 3.5 years ago. I was there for a beta and she was 6 wks pg. We had a lot of other things in common and became friends. Fast forward 3.5 years, we each have DD”¦s and we”¦re both TTC #2 for a while now. While I am reserved and never tell anyone when I”¦m cycling or what my test results are, she tells me everything and has already gotten pg twice naturally. Unfortunately, she has m/c”¦d, but she has no issues telling me that she has gotten pg naturally, that she knows she can pg naturally, etc. Somehow, oddly enough for me, I”¦m not offended”K she has gone through her share of pain, so I just take it for what it is”K sharing information with a friend who can relate.
Are you close enough to feel like you can speak with her about how you feel? Perhaps she”¦ll understand.