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Hello, I am a new member in this forum and I thought it was really cool to share moments with people who have been through similar things. Well I have been dealing with diabetes type 2 almost all my life and I am 25 now and I would like to form a family but we’ve been trying for a couple months now and nothing happens. I don´t know if my diabetes has something to do with it or if there is something more. If someone has been in a similar situation it would be really great if you could share some advice with me.
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I had to go through a fertility doctor for all 3 of my kids due to PCOS and a variety of other issues.

The first thing I learned is that it usually takes up to 1-year for even a healthy, fertile couple to conceive. You have not yet reached a point where you should be concerned about your fertility.
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Hello, I am a new member in this forum and I thought it was really cool to share moments with people who have been through similar things. Well I have been dealing with diabetes type 2 almost all my life and I am 25 now and I would like to form a family but we’ve been trying for a couple months now and nothing happens. I don´t know if my diabetes has something to do with it or if there is something more. If someone has been in a similar situation it would be really great if you could share some advice with me.
A healthy pregnancy is certainly possible with diabetes, but it takes extra care. If you plan to get pregnant with type 2 diabetes, see your doctor first. ... And, of course, a healthy diet and exercise are a must to help control blood sugar. Once you have your baby, you can breastfeed, if you choose to.
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Hello, I am a new member in this forum and I thought it was really cool to share moments with people who have been through similar things. Well I have been dealing with diabetes type 2 almost all my life and I am 25 now and I would like to form a family but we’ve been trying for a couple months now and nothing happens. I don´t know if my diabetes has something to do with it or if there is something more. If someone has been in a similar situation it would be really great if you could share some advice with me.
I am so sorry for you... I am not a mother but still, i can feel the pain you have. I must say that First consult to a Doctor which could help and make sure that there is no harm if you have a child with Type 2 Diabetes. Because it will also effect on the baby.
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Hi Marype. I saw your post and wanted to tell you that you have a really good chance on geting pregnant. See my cousin was in a similar situation, she was diagnosed with type 2 when she was 20 and then she had her first child at 30 years old, she had problems conceiving too but I think she went to a clinic and they helped her. Maybe you should look for an specialized clinic. Hope this comment helps you .
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Hi, I couldn't read and run, I want to say I'm sorry you have faced this issue. Frankly, I have no idea how it feels to have a diabetes but I believe you will find a way out. I suppose you should better consult a doctor who is a specialist with this issue.
I just found that some medicines used in managing diabetes should NOT be taken by pregnant women. If you are on a statin, ACE inhibitor or similar blood pressure tablets you must tell your doctor if you plan to become pregnant or immediately you find out that you are pregnant, as these may harm your baby.

Many medicines used for blood glucose (also called blood sugar) control in Type 2 diabetes should not be taken in pregnancy so you may need to switch to insulin injections to control your blood sugar before or as soon as you find out you are pregnant. After the birth, you can usually return to your pre-pregnancy medications. Your doctor will tell you whether or not you need to change your medications.
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Hey, Ladies, I am sharing my experience with you all.
Firstly I passed through a donor's egg treatment, but it was costly enough and risky too. Normal doctors and hospitals didn't provide any safety and confirmation regarding this. One clinic which I had consulted in Ukraine was fraud. We failed in the process.

A new Imaginary world ends by my miscarriage.
I especially guide all of you don't get misconception with common doctors try to find best and worthy clinic to get IVF, Donor's Egg treatment.
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In Such process, Suppressing natural hormonal Cycle. In this treatment, Patient has to take a daily injection or Nasal Spray either off. I have been advised to take nasal spray, as injections were quite tricky to me to do at own.

My DH wasn't at home when I tried this treatment. so to take injection was difficult for me.

I used to have the regular checkup at the clinic, next appointment is after 1 week for the ultrasound.
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Hi friends, I really wanted to thank you for all your support, I just feel that sharing this with you really have helped me . This past month I went to a different doctor and he said that my condition is affecting my hormones and that makes it difficult for me to get pregnant, now this is our ninth cycle trying and nothing. Also he said that the pregnancy due to my condition could be of high risk and that really scared me, I don´t know why it has to be like this I just want a normal and happy pregnancy, this situation really makes me feel disappointed. The doctor suggested that trying with the IVF method could be a better option for me and that It can be more controlled and with a lower risk but I don´t really know what to do, what if after this I can´t get pregnant? It really makes me sad to think about it. My husband said he will support me on everything and I don´t really want to disappoint him so I am really thinking in about what to do.
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I am not experienced about this matter
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Hello, I am a new member in this forum and I thought it was really cool to share moments with people who have been through similar things. Well I have been dealing with diabetes type 2 almost all my life and I am 25 now and I would like to form a family but we’ve been trying for a couple months now and nothing happens. I don´t know if my diabetes has something to do with it or if there is something more. If someone has been in a similar situation it would be really great if you could share some advice with me.

Diabetes type 2 may cause problem in conceiving but it is possible to get pregnant even in diabetes. This takes extra care and see your doctor first. You need a plan to keep your sugar level under control for healthy pregnancy. Good Luck.
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Hello, Mary! You are still young. Do not lose hope. I have my child at the age of 35. You can go to the nearest doctor in your place. Seek a medical advice about your case. You need to be strong to face this challenge of your life.
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Oh, I can understand. Please be relaxed. I am in the same situation as you. I know it is really difficult to cope with your infertility. Please take a good
decision for you. My journey of becoming a mother is very tough. I have failed IVF sessions. This also affected on my Fallopian tubes. My husband wants to start a happy family for us. But I am unable to conceive. My cousins have the best experience in surrogacy. They know some of the clinics which are working well. Should we go for that?
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