Don’t do that you might get Pregnant!
That’s all I heard as a teenager, I was absolutely petrified that sitting on a toilet seat might get me pregnant, or having a cheeky kiss in the park on a Friday Night. What my Biology teacher or over protective parents failed to mention, is that as easy as it is for some people to sneeze and get pregnant, it is as equally a near impossibility for others.
My Husband (Roman) and I (Gemma) have been together for the past ten years, I am now 27 and he is 30. We have been trying to conceive now for 2 years. Our infertility is the result of me having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, PCOS for short, a condition that affects the how my ovaries work and consequently a lack of ovulation.
He has told me to let you all know he has “super sperm”, which annoyingly was confirmed by our consultant during our initial assessment, with above average in all areas.
They say a problem shared is a problem halved, so I am writing this blog to share our continued journey with IVF and hopefully share the burden of infertility to all those couples in the same boat.