I posted this article from the new york times as a status update but i thought i would post it here as well..
I read through quite a few of the 220 comments and as usual , there are so many people out there who are so quick to judge.
A woman named Carla posted a comment that i loved- I included it here
Carla US 4 days ago
The amount of thoughtless judgment here is difficult for those who suffer with the disease. Misunderstanding and judgment stemming from the inability to make the effort to put oneself in another's shoes are part of what makes infertility such a dreadful disease. Those who say if you can't have kids you weren't meant to, perhaps they might also say if you get a cancer diagnosis you were meant to die young? Those who say, just adopt, well, you go adopt. Those who say there are enough people on the planet, stay out of my bedroom. Infertility is not only related to women waiting too long to have children. It may instead be from male infertility from overuse of pesticides. Male factor infertility is not natural. It's a man-made disease that is very much on the rise. In many cases IVF is the only possible "cure" but it doesn't always work. The amount of money it costs fails to capture the overall emotional and physical toll each round of IVF exerts.