Christine (Login CTSmithie) Posted Aug 23, 2012 5:47 PM
...only you can decide when enough is enough, whether to continue or to stop.
IF you stop, ask yourself how you think you will feel about your decision in 5, 10 or 20 years. If you think you may have any regrets about life without a child/children, then this might be your decision.
I have been a patient at my RE's office since 2006. I moved to DE in 2009 and am finally pregnant with twins after my third donor. I haven't counted all my transfers (fresh and frozen) but there were far more than I once thought I could or would reasonably endure.
I cannot explain how at peace I am with my current circumstance. I feel that his pregnancy is at the perfect time and was meant to be and I cannot wait for the happiness and struggles of parenthood that await me in a few short months.
Think long and hard about this, listen to your heart an you will make the right decision for you. I would also recommend pursuing immunity or endometrial testing of you find yourself with repeat failures.