Why not just adopt if you are infertile? It might just be the best and only option.
A short story about Jen and Mike and how they overcame the issue of infertility.
Adoption Is not an infertility treatment but a "cure" for Childlessness
Therefore, For some, the next step is an easy and logical move towards adoption. It's not for anyone.
Many people want the next generation to see their genes; they want to be pregnant and breastfeeding; they want some degree of control over the intrauterine environment and genetic makeup of their infant. Parenthood is more than just parenting for them.
As someone who chose adoption even though they/we are not infertile, I can more than testify to the fact that adoption is a great way to create a family— no, really a phenomenal way— but not for everyone.
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That's not fair to the infertile, and it is certainly not fair to the prospective adopted child.
A story about Jen who was diagnosed with infertility at the age of 18 years and hers was critical, after a few years after college.
She decided to get married, but she was so sad and unhappy because she knows she cannot have kids and was scared to tell her fancy about it.
After lots of counseling and advice, she decided to think of adoption after she gets married, but then she has to tell her fancy mike first.
Her relationship was considered an interracial one since Mike was black. She was scared, how will he feel? Because of his cultural difference and background. Mike's culture forbids adoption which made it difficult for her to tell him about her condition, and yet she loved him so dearly. She asked herself what should, or can she do? Her mind with wild, will she just tell him or leave the