So sorry to hear that. The two do go together often from my understanding, and unfortunately. Are there not treatment options that can preserve your fertility? What are they planning to do for treatment?
My wife lost both of her ovaries in her early 20's. We would have loved to have a child together, but our time together turned out very well. Adopting is a great option and you'll find absolutly no difference in loving the child.
@Tequila_Sunrise Said I found out today that i may not be able to conceive kids naturally. My endometriosis has come back with a vengeance, and they have also diagnosed me with poly-cystic ovarian syndrome.
Pretty f***in devoed
That IS sad. Have you explored other options? Adoption?
you know, reading this again, I'm seeing something I didn't really pick up on before. Not conceiving "naturally" is not the same as not conceiving at all. Fertility treatments may go a long way. One reason I asked about treatments is because many women with pcos take metformin to treat the pcos (I do) and it increases fertility rates for many. I'm also on provera supposedly to manage my risk of uterine cancer which apparently is due to a thickened endometrius even though the internal ultrasound never showed such a thing. Reducing your scar tissue may be possible as well. My sister has endometriosis and is currently pregnant. Don't give up hope yet.