By Yvonne Abraham of the Boston Globe
You spent 20 years trying to avoid getting pregnant. Now it’s all you want in the world, and it won’t happen.
You knew starting late makes it difficult for some people. But that wasn’t going to be you. Your own mother had six, just like that. So you took your time, and planned it the way you plan everything: Saved money for maternity leave, read all the books, took the supplements, tracked your cycles.
Then, nothing. Month after month brings disappointment, and growing desperation.