Asherman's is not completely hopeless. A lot depends on the severity and whether it is operable.
You need an Asherman's expert to evaluate your situation and make a recommendation. Some women with Asherman's are able to still carry a baby.
I have atypical Asherman's, which is hard to diagnose unless you are an expert (hence why two REs missed it and only Dr. March found it) and it is inoperable. There is nothing that can be done. I ended up using a surrogate. Definitely not the way I wanted my life to work out and I still have some grief over the lost experience, but mostly am just busy busy busy raising my twins. Most cases of typical Asherman's can be improved with surgery.
It's understandable to resent your DH but before you toss him out, you need to evaluate your marriage as objectively as you can, and may benefit from some counseling.
It's not over yet, trust me! It's just a curveball.
|This message has been edited by biogal on Apr 28, 2011 10:49 AM|
This message has been edited by biogal on Apr 28, 2011 10:48 AM