I'm new here, and just starting to look into adoption. My husband and I are still trying, but chances are that might get cut short due to a medical problem and we were looking into domestic infant adoption. And actually I want to adopt a child no matter what happens. I just realized that the same medical problem that might keep us from TTC could keep us from adopting. I'm wondering what sorts of things might keep someone from being able to adopt? I have a kidney problem, and while it's progressive, it might progress over 5 years, or it might progress over 25. And my doctor has assured me that if I need one, I'll get a transplant. We're trying out some new medications right now, but there's just no way to know exactly what will happen. Right now the only effect of my disease is that I'm a little more tired than most. I'm terrified that I won't ever be able to have a child biologically or adopted because of this problem. I was hoping someone could provide some insight or maybe just some positivity.
Me (32) DH (30)
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