@LoveinDC my response when people who ask when we're going to get pregnant, especially to people with kids, is "Not everyone can just spread their legs and get knocked up". Of course if you don't want to mention you're trying then that doesn't work. Other things I'll do is ask equally rude questions back like "Don't you wish you actually did something with your life" or some other shit like that. I really don't think like that but it gets the point across. I'm kind of just a snarky b!tch in general.
@WillRunForWine21 Is this an appropriate time to say "I literally can't even"? I feel the same way, especially since a lot of my friends/acquaintances that are having kids aren't stable or really want them. After one of my sorority sisters dropped out of school she got KU and her son was a premie. It's her first so she could have a shower but she was so pushy about needing stuff. I get that it's hard but not my fault she got KU by a guy who ended up cheating on her. Also all her FB posts are about how she's going to do better for her son and she don't need no man. She also shames the baby's dad for not being around when he's deployed overseas right now. I don't understand how some women just get KU without trying and we spend months or even years and so much money on conceiving.
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Me 27 DF 44TTC post VR Sept 21/16SA 6 weeks post op 50.7 mil count 40% motility